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Greg's Version: I must be fated to drive in pouring rain. Half of the drive on US-30 between Mansfield OH and Fort Wayne IN was spent driving in pouring rain. So far the storms have been just heavy rain and very little lightning. The drive into Naperville IL was full of suspense because we could see a large thunder storm forming directly in front of us and we wanted to get to the ...
... was still thoroughly entertaining.
Chicago is also known for having the biggest food festival in the world - the festival goes for 10days straight. These people clearly like their food! You can understand why America is obese.
Once we got our appetites back we bought some ribs to try. We got them from Uncle Bob's, the restaurant that won the peoples choice award last year. They were delicious! Louise got herself a corn on the cob, I had ...
... of Garett's popcorn with our Hop On/Off tour. They give you the Chicago Mix, which is caramel and cheese kernels mixed together. The guy was telling us you have to eat a kernel of each at the same time to get the proper experience. I thought it was lush, but Angie wasn't keen.
Around the corner, we stumbled across the 'Wicked' theatre. Turns out the tour is in town, and we thought about seeing if we could get matinee tickets, ...
... a college football blog, so tailgating is a key category. For baseball, not so much. However, I left it in here just so I could talk about the bars in Wrigleyville. Holy Cow! I've never seen anything like it, and that's saying a lot. There are blocks and blocks of bars, most of which are along Clark St on the west side of the stadium. One guy we met at the Cubs game described it as the biggest beer garden in the world. ...
... I can’t wait to see how Seattle, Portland and SF Bay Area will contribute to what is already developing to be a solid, educational and invigorating journey.
We now make the long haul WEST to Seattle. The Badlands of South Dakota, Mt. Rushmore, the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone will provide haven along the way.
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