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... we were so thankful we took the time. Another really fabulous museum in Pontiac was the Pontiac museum. Oh my, the old cars on display are just too gorgeous. These old gems are amazing. Actually, also learned that the first Pontiac was a horse drawn carriage! Don't associate a Pontiac as being a horse drawn carriage! So by the time we had been through the museums and had lunch, the storm was almost upon us ...
... a tour - double poor buggers. Talking with the guys, we are informed they are on a 10 day tour Chicago to LA, just like us. Struth, how much will they get to actually SEE of Route 66. Our suspicion is confirmed when we speak of Joliet and they look at us with blank looks like we were speaking another language! I enjoy speaking in the mother tongue with a South African on the group who tells me this is a 50 year dream come true - to ride Route 66 - one of his bucket list things ...
... on one side us on the other and Dan playing his tin flute thing! (Don't ask) Anyway since the other group were talking between themselves, Lexx and I got onto the subject of music so that was an interesting discussion then Ryan joined in and while not on the subject of music we were just chatting away and laughing constantly. I am now in my very comfy, very warm top bunk cabin bed at 11:48 precisely getting ready for an early start to Chicago ...
... had a cosy dog for lunch. It was what we know as a dagwood dog - battered hot dog deep fried. I can still hear my arteries groaning.
We continued on Route 66 to Atlanta where we saw a giant statue of John Bunyan holding a hot dog. He used to be holding an axe when he was positioned in Arizona years ago. Had a piece of Apple Strudel pie in the Palms Grill Cafe.
Followed the highway 55 to Bloomington where we missed a turn but eventually ...
... br> Good thing I bought that bread, because that is what kept me going until about 3 am. I kept noticing restaurants after I had passed the exit, so I just kept trucking on down the freeway.
Right after I crossed into Missouri, I found an open truck stop, had some breakfast, drove on a few miles and stopped at a rest stop around 3:30 am. That was my camping spot for a few hours. Slept in my car, ...