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... special "Willie G." exhibition now underway, and then had a special "Backroads" tour in the museum that included a guided visit to their "archives".
The main building is comprised of two floors plus the "Archives". The main floor houses everything HD since World War II and the second floor holds everything prior, back to 1903. The self-guided tour actually starts on the second floor and right ...
... we will usually change our route to incorporate it. Always been worth it so far. Some of the houses along Lake Michigan were so large and opulent - mansions. Along the beaches, there were lots of people taking advantage of the good weather. The water in Lake Michigan is very very cold though we did see a few people swimming. These lakes are so huge - I guess that's why theya re called the Great Lakes. Ha Ha. It's like most things, knowing and seeing can be 2 very diffferent ...
Due to the bad weather that was forecast overnight (the previous night) and also for today, we decided today would be a good day to visit Racine, Wisconsin for the Case IH/New Holland factory plant tour, as well as Beloit Illinois/Wisconsin to the makers of one of dad's wheaters. It's weird how they name the towns over the border - at least for Beloit anyway; for example we just do Albury-Wodonga, but they call both towns Beloit and just change the state letters following (IL or WI). ...
... in the province of Ontario. We had decided that we were not ready for another big city. During dinner that night we talked to a nice waitress and learned from her that children in the province of Québec are not required to learn English.
Next day's drive took us along the Northern shore of Lake Erie, as we headed towards Detroit, Michigan, our reentry point to the U.S. Safely back in the U.S. we ...
... Mississippi River. Lunchtime found us in Gunder, Iowa, where we came upon the Irish Shanty and delighted in a shared Prime Rib Sandwich (Jens enjoyed a draft Guinness beer), which left room for a rhubarb pie ala mode. We do eat well, don't we?
Across the street from the restaurant we saw a church and decided to take a closer look. It turned out to be the Marion Lutheran Church and Cemetery. We wandered ...