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... s Deli in Ann Arbor, MI) on the menu, so we ordered an appetizer of that with an assortment of bread to eat it on. A few kids from the morning programs were there with their parents, so J.P. made them balloons.
Next up was a Catholic school, where they brought in K-8th grade for the program…we were a little nervous about 6th-8th grade since his program isn’t geared toward their age ...
After work on Friday, we drove back to Mendota (where we broke down a couple of weeks ago) to join up with the show for the weekend. As always, it was everything we needed...
- Late night pizza run with Steve, Shelby, Radar, Elisa, and Pete to a local pizza place in downtown Mendota. We all ordered "dough nuggets", which turned out to be cheesy bread, but still delicious!
- Saturday was busy:
John met with Steve and Ryan for a good ...
... kids tickets over to them before we took off.
Since we'll be in Peru through Thursday, we're going to take the rest of the tickets we have (plus some posters and tickets we got from Al) and plaster them all over Peru...it's only a 20 minute drive to Mendota from here, so hopefully folks from Peru will travel for the show.
Tomorrow we're heading to Robbins, IL for their Labor Day parade...hopefully it doesn't get too hot!
... and only song.
Once back in Peru, we went grocery shopping (and left circus tickets with the deli counter employees who were asking us about our circus t-shirts) and collapsed at "home" to watch a few episodes of Doctor Who. Tomorrow, we're going to hit up the town again, see if we can catch some folks heading to or from the county fair, and have lunch with Al, the circus' bill poster.
(No photos taken today....too hot to even think about it.)
... drive north for several miles along a causeway that stretches over some islands. It was very beachy feeling and beautiful.
We continued into Illinois and heading southeast toward the state park. It was a long drive through many small towns, including Dixon, whose claim to fame is that it's where Ronald Reagan was born and grew up (we got out of there fast).
In one town, we stopped at a place ...