Fairfield Inn And Suites Madison West/Middleton
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... blog for that matter.) South Dakota was like a great countdown. We took I90 the whole way across and starting above 400 on the mile markers we had to work our way down to 61 before we got to Rapid City. Again there were long straights but at least this time there were ranches and cattle on hills to look at so it was more ...
We were warned about how desolate and flat it can seem when driving through states like Ohio, Indiana, and parts of Illinois and Wisconsin, and apparently just to torture ourselves, and test our mental stability, we hit them all in one day. We left Rochester before 6am (thank you again Leanne and Andy if you're reading his for being awesome hosts), preparing to drive to Lincoln, NE, however we determined Madison was a more reasonable destination. We killed time by ...
On my way to Minneapolis and Duluth, I noticed on the map (when planning) the 'Circus World' Museum at Baraboo, WI ... which was the site of the Ringling Brothers Circus's Winter Quarters for many years before they bought out Barnum & Bailey and moved their Winter Quarters to Sarasota (where I had been before, in 2010, and will visit again ... later) before, well, moving them yet again (yes, they're still in operation ...
... Akasofu is content to let others bat it around. In
a career entering its sixth decade in which his own theories have been both
embraced and disproven, Akasofu wonders if we will ever fully understand the
aurora. One of his favorite quotes regarding the mystery of it all is from
Charles Hall, an arctic explorer of the 19th century, who, pondering lights in
the sky, wrote in 1864: “Who but God can conceive such infinite scenes ...
... one, but much better than the previous two.
3. I am now kitted out with some winter clothes. It was nice to spend a short time shopping for things other than food!
4. Can't weight (geddit?) to get back to staying in places with full kitchen facilities. We have both put on a pound or two, but nothing a good long walk won't cure.
Well that's us moving on again. Going to be staying ...