Extended Stay America - Chicago - Gurnee
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... hitting the western suburbs along the Fox River just in time for the end of rush hour. We sat in I-88 traffic and then got really stuck near the River Road toll plaza on I-90. It was a bit annoying to delay our return when we were only 2 miles away. We came home and found the pumpkins had taken over a quarter if the yard and that the sunflowers were ten times as tall as when when we left. There were some monster zucchinis in the yard as well. It will take some time to clear the ...
As anyone who's ever flown thru O'Hare knows, it can be the delay capital of the planet. This trip was no exception, as we were informed of delay after delay for four hours until they decided to take our plane out of service at 9 pm. We were put up for the night (sans luggage), given food vouchers and the expectation of departing the next morning. Given the alternative of a 9 hr flight with no water (read no lavatory) we couldnt complain too loudly. We report to the gate ...
... and full of guessing. The Plains can be very hot, the mountains only hot in the afternoon. The valleys behind the Rockies can also heat up, while the Pacific coast is almost always misty and cold. We will see thunderstorms, lightning, dry heat and a beating sun, wild fires, fog, high humidity, and bone dry air. So packing is tricky. And it is important to pack light or else we waste gas and make a mess on the road. This is also no simple ...
... sheepishly and laughed, "Dere's one dere, Daddy!"
Soon we crossed Tamm bridge and were in the zoo, passing the new south entrance and the Hermann Fountain, full of sea lion statuary. More fake animals!
We did see real Galapagps tortoises, only slightly smaller than the ones in the park across the interstate. We made a beeline got the brand new pinniped exhibit in the middle of the zoo. They were working on it for over a year and I missed seeing the sea ...
... ahead of me. Something I had never seen before was an exhibit on soil. The exhibit makes you appear to shrink and move under ground with the perspective of a bug. Lots of info on bugs,roots, burrows, fungi and other stuff I trod over daily. Lots of other exhibits on gems, Egypt, fossils, and many others we never got to. Rather than "commute home" in Lake Shore Drive rush hour ...