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... down the road ahead of us. We stayed back in case the tire flew off the truck into the road. The poor guy finally realized he had a problem and pulled over. The temperature on the road was 95 degrees.
John said that the guy who bought our Winnebago is heading out to Yellowstone at the same time we are. Perhaps we will see him; however, we hope we don’t see the old gal parked on the side of the freeway ...
... another photo op.
Later, after about an hour on the road, we pulled off the highway at a WalMart (a signature move in our vacations) for a few things and found ourselves on the edge of a big, loud, prairie lightning storm. We made for the car and outran the weather by mere minutes. Next stop, Mitchell, SD.
Along the way a big double semi truck managed to flick up a stone onto our windshield, chipping it and putting in a few spidery ...
... TWO. Yes you heard me two tires went out on us. We got to a gas station and Matt called AAA. THEY WERE NO HELP! Wasted about 1.5 hours on the phone with them when we could have just drove down 15 more miles and talk to a gas attendant who was more helpful in 5 minutes that AAA was in 1.5 hours. The guy at the next gas station had a tire that we could buy and we were on our way. We made it to the The Corn Maze at about 6:00 pm. It was ...
As soon as I told my sister I was heading to the Dominican Republic for this adventure, she said, "Ooooooo....you should google "Spiders of the Dominican" and see what kinds they have there. I dare you." And like an idiot, I did it.
For the record, I am not afraid of most spiders. I consider myself a SRS (that's Spider Relocation Specialist), and unless the AHRE (Arachnid/Human Rules of Engagement) have been ...
... a lot of time it is probably worth it. We decide to skip that and drive on around the mountain and from the back side to another turn out where you can see Washington up close. We drive a little further and then turn around, taking pictures of the area and mountain from different angles. It is a beautiful place. We are happy we got to see this national monument.
We start back down the mountain and realize that we have ...
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