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... black smoke into the sky. It was a bit unnerving, But eventually we worked our way through it and made it out the other side to fair skies and smooth sailing.
Wisconsin provided us with miles of fertile farmland…family farms growing corn and soy beans and wheat and hay…just like yesterday. Occasionally we saw goats grazing in the fields, sheep that had been recently sheered, and cows, Guerneys and Wholesteins…mostly black and ...
... We ate indoors.
On our way to Stop 3 we passed thru the tiny town of Circle. It was about the only sign of life in the thousands of acres of farmland (growing wheat) that we came to.
The views across the massive rural landscape left us in awe even though we have seen this sort of limitless view across the plains before. It does make the sky look larger and you seem to be able to see the curve of the earth on the horizon.
This entry is only to keep my map current. We came across the eastern part of North Dakota, past Fargo and into Minnesota where we stayed at a great city park for the night. All grass and, with ************e there, peaceful.
I went for a run in the morning and then we headed across Minnesota towards Duluth...past ALL those lakes in Minnesota! So many of them.
... they had a walk of fame (perfect for the Neil Diamond fan in the crowd) and a stunt double wood chipper. Good start. As we walked into the Visitor's Center, giddy about the prospect of photos with the woodchipper, we were met by two counter staff and an overpowering silence. After playing along for a moment (getting ND ...
Yes. I have already seen more beauty throughout the western U.S. to last 10 lifetimes. But the most beautiful part of this tour has been the wonderful array of people I have met. On a daily basis I have been helped in so many ways by so many good souls. Most are kind and considerate with a genuine curiosity about this stranger's journey. I call them my 'Road Family'.
It is not in my nature to ask for help, but somehow when I have really needed it, it ...