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After Mount Rushmore we headed for home on Highway 90 E. We stopped at Wall Drug for the necessary buffalo burger and five cent coffee, managed to get away without any knickknacks, and took a few goofy photos for the blog. We drove on, stopping at midnight at a Quality Inn in Brandon, South Dakota- the boys transitioning easily from sleeping in the car to sleeping in a hotel bed. After a quick continental breakfast the ...
... David and Mayo Ewanowski, Jeff Tews and Susan Rafter. All sent their regards to our team and I updated them on what the team had been up to. A great night - good friends, good food and plenty of red wine! We woke up Wednesday to a damp and foggy day, but by the time we drove to Spring Green, about 1 hour west of Madison, the sun came out. This was great for our tour of Taliesin, the school and home of Frank Lloyd Wright - ...
... wish there was a better way, parking lot is a good way to describe it.
Finally we got out of the worst of it and headed north to dinner with our nephew and his wife in the outskirts of the metropolitan area. It was so great to visit with them and see their neck of the woods.
We were later ...
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... on a trip for next year. I'm glad to share my information and even plan a trip as long as the whole experience doesn't hinder me from getting under that starry sky!
Finally, we learned a lot about Alaska prior to the trip, visited with a lot of people on the trip, and did online research to try to make sure we got all of our facts correct. It took a lot of time. But we're proud of our work and after all, it must all be true, it was on the internet! ...