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... a farmer in New York dug up the petrified skeleton of a prehistoric giant. Folks lined up to see it all winter; PT Barnum tried to buy it; scientists were skeptical. Eventually, this guy named Hull owned up that it was a fake. He had gone to Fort Dodge, Iowa, and bought five tons of gypsum from a quarry there. He rented a flatbed train car and hired two sculptors. Working in secret, they carved a huge man ...
Well, we're in the middle of America now, speeding down back country roads in central Iowa. There's a lot of corn, as expected. And a lot of big windmills. This is likely our last stretch of country road before we find ourselves on 80, driving hard east. It's all fast food and highway exits from here, probably. Which is sad, but what's there to see in Ohio anyway? Last night we chased a huge orange moon south ...
... There was one cool thing though. They had a "weather channel" green screen and a camera and monitor to demonstrate that the camera was set to not recognize green. They had green cloths there which were like cloaks of invisibility.
We bought tickets for an Imax movie which was called Tornado Alley. The trip home was CRAZY ...
... guard will go to a welding shop tomorrow and the antennae crank was fixed immediately by Bob.
We are at a nice campground outside a place called Story City. It is nicely treed and is green. We were able to find a spot with some shade which was nice since it’s still terribly hot. I did some laundry and we had leftover Amish food for dinner. There is STILL some left over. Those portions were enormous! ...
... drove the speed limit for the rest of the day!!
Today was also Awesome Apron Day, and we had a good laugh when Chad put on the apron he made in middle school. A classic moment!
Things I learned about my mom: She loves her brother Chris very much, misses him, and really wants a good relationship with him. She values family and has maintained a relationship with family members over the years, even if my brother and I have never met ...