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Day 11 began after a much needed good nights rest at the Fairfield Inn. We arrived the night before at nearly midnight! So good sleep was definitely needed. Our stay at the Fairfield included a breakfast, and we took full advantage! Cereal (there was some that were a bit like Lucky Charms, which made Dev happy), juices, bagels, eggs, the whole lot. There was a lot of American bacon, which is nice but not a scratch on the stuff back at home. It's thin and very ...
... on the track. Drivers can only do a 12 hr shift and then have to change over so five minutes before the next town the crew, from the freight train, needed to change. Amtrak is great - relaxing and always plenty to see. Rolling countryside with heaps of corn as far as the eye can see. (It's coming Trevor!) We arrived in Chicago (Naperville) to a special welcome!
At the airport, I took a couple of minutes to take Cameron for a brief Young Eagles ride. He had commented that he always liked doing stalls in the Stinson that their family had, so I planned to show him the analogous maneuver in the Long-EZ. As we took off, however, I found out that the haze I could see from the ground was even thicker than I had thought. At 3,000' above the ground, I could see straight down, but I could not see the runway only ...
... a full-time sailor.
My last thought on this trip is that there are interesting people everywhere you go. And if we just take the time to stop and hear their stories, then we receive an even greater blessing. Todd and I have been blessed to travel these last few days, but it's the PEOPLE ~ young and old ~ that can be a greater blessing if we are willing to take the time.
May God bless you, and may God continue to bless America!