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The last two and one half hours of our trip was the closest to silence we discovered the entire vacation. The night was no longer young and our eyelids heavy when nearing Bureau County. As we slowed for the approaching intersection of Route 40 and Highway 92 a field east of the road had been overtaken by a couple dozen deer. Lorraine’s headlights shone perfectly on their large brown bodies approaching the ditch. My ...
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 ...
... into the front seats ready for our next real stop, which wasn’t until Louisiana.
We officially departed Illinois a little after midnight on the 23rd. Gertrude, the outdated GPS, sent us on another sidetracked adventure into downtown St. Louis for a short tour on our way into the “Show Me State.” We drove through the night and made it to West Monroe, Louisiana around 11:00 a.m.
“Un-scenic” is the best term to ...
... the morning going over gag ideas and fine-tuning his audition piece (he'll be auditioning for the show sometime during the last two weeks of the season).
Carolyn hosted a pizza party outside her home between shows, which was well-attended and included some pretty funny (and some sobering) stories of past shows the performers have been on.
Saturday was Mr. Fusco's birthday (he and his family perform a gaucho act in the show), so the Fuscos invited everyone over to ...
Since we lost Wednesday and Thursday publicizing the circus in Mendota, we opted to treat today as a work day especially since Al, the circus' bill poster, would be in town putting up posters everywhere. After a lovely continental breakfast at the hotel (with Fox "news" blaring from the TV...ugh), we jumped into our awesome rental car (I'm seriously going to have issues parting with this car when we drop it off on Thursday) and drove to ...