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It is 2 am and the adventure to the Holy Land begins in the quite cold of an early Minnesota morning. Father in heaven, watch over my wife and children and bless your church here in Raymond. Amen.
... out of his way to take these photos of the twine ball.
As I said, I have been driving my butt off, simply because - just how much corn in the fields do you really need to see, so I havent been stopping to take too my pictures in the last few days.
Tonite, I am writing from Battle Creek, Michigan and tomorrow I will be going thru the Detroit/Windsor, Ontario Tunnels, heading toward Buffalo ( Go Bills ! ) and then to Vermont
Chaio for now
... was a bar. It reminded me of the Leaning Tower of PIsa, which was also in the middle of nowhere. The Ball of Twine was bigger than we expected. It was about 7ft high, and 12 ft wide. Carlos and I were kind of impressed. Later in the day, Ryan said, 'what's the big deal about that, it's just a bunch of string.' I told him that ...
Well, we're finishing up some things and finishing packing. Packing on the motorcycle really makes you think! We'll see such temperature extremes, it's hard to know what we'll need. It's 43 degrees at home this morning, and we expect to see the 90's in Florida. I sure hope it warmes up fast, I prefer it over 52! I will post a picture of my bike tonight; we added a hard trunk and saddlebags, it looks ...
... humid Minnesota, across Wisconsin (stopping to get gas from an adorable gas station owner with the cutest accent; we wanted to stay longer just to hear him talk, but he's a busy guy), and into the U.P. (Michigan's Upper Peninsula). Around dusk we found a state park on Lake Beaufort in which to camp and upon opening the car door, we were promptly swarmed by mosquitos. In the 10-15 minutes it took us to fill out the payment slip, set up the tent, and get ...