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... up the big hill for views.
Not one museum. (I'm not really a fan of them anyway. Time-suckers).
We were great in Bariloche - we went to Cerro Otto which we skipped last time and also re-visited Cerro Campanario and hiked it both ways - because we forgot to bring money for the chair lifts! We couldn't even buy a beer with the empanadas.
Immediately Nick wants to dive in and lease a new car. Impreza 5 door or Honda Fit? Really tough decision.
I enjoyed driving through Wisconsin over hitting Illinois and the multiple tolls. I took 94 out past Madison, then went south. Saw adverts for House on the Rock and Cave of the Mounds. :( No more for me.
I turned southwest and suddenly hit Dubuque! I had previously been there with my family maybe more than five years ago? It looked familiar, saw the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium (which was really quite cool), and the ...
... So, two hours early we go to the airport and get checked in - no story just that. Within a minute the attendant had us checked in with seats together for no cost. Triumphant we returned home.
Got to the airport at 5:20pm. Great timing. Quick flight to Dallas. Rode the people mover. Realized we were in the same area waiting for our delayed flights from Colombia.
Boarded flight to Santiago - it ...
Another day of good weather, 691 kms covered and two more states, Illinois and Iowa, are behind us.
The boys are really taking to this travelling lifestyle.
Attended the Northwest Rotary luncheon today at the Champions Club and met a lot of business people.
A snowstorm was moving in, so we changed an in-studio interview at KOIL in midtown Omaha to a phone interview. Although it's always better to be face-to-face in a radio interview, the roads were such that we might have saved two hours by avoiding the long drive there. Next time, hope I can be there in person and not just "in ...