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... on the busy freeways. Normally, I would use these observations to imply negative connotations to the state of Illinois but I am certain there is something I do not understand that limits validity and importance in what is only my opinion.
Entering Illinois we stopped for a short restroom break where I was almost run down by a lady in motorized wheelchair as we raced through the convenience store. We didn't stop for another break ...
So we had a quick camper breakfast and got on the road at 9:00 am. As expected, it's flat farmlands but not as flat as we all imagined. Still beautiful. The Heartlands of America.
Some rough weather in Illinois. Glad to be out of that state for several reasons. Finally made it to Iowa where there was lots of corn and even more windmill farms.
Quick stop for ...
... lacking excitement. Prior to my exit onto I-39 I came upon a pickup truck with a very excited sandy colored lab, her head held over the edge of the truck bed, high in the breeze. The pups ears flopped in the wind as the sloppy tongue battered against the rush of the sweet ride. For a brief moment I sensed an attachment to this dog's current emotions, our minds both filled with a guaranteed excitement about our road trip. I sped up next to the bed of the truck so I could ...
... after the second show for a big birthday party celebration, complete with some AMAZING homemade food and a huge birthday cake. We all sang to him and enjoyed the festivities. Feliz cumpleaņos!
We finally had the chance to meet Shirley North, wife of the circus' owner, John Ringling North II, and animal variety act performer when she's traveling with the show. She was warm and friendly and was determined to have us adopt one of the trained dogs who had recently been ...
... 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!