The Lost Inn
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After seeing most of what Indy had to offer the day before Blake and I decided to take off our tourist jerseys and have a bit of fun today.
We slept in, our king size bed was just way to comfy to want to get out of! We made our way into the City to wander through the local farmers market - it runs every wed from 9-1 in the business district so that workers can take a break and come buy local produce. Everything from honey, fruit and veg to ...
... open on a sunny day. It takes 11minutes to open the roof.
Sadly because of roof maintenance we were unable to see\walk onto the field which was pretty disappointing. Interestingly enough both of us were extremely surprised at how small the field actually is in real life. It looks much bigger on TV!
Fun Fact - The stadium cost $719 million to build and the capacity is 69,000 people.
After walking the whole 100metres back to the hotel ...
... he's putting a few miles on his '46 pickup:
He took me for a ride in it, it's not bad at all. Though the shortened frame should mean light weight, he said it's about a ton and a half because he 'over engineered' a lot of brackets. Certainly they were much heavier steel than you find on factory chassis.
The 318 Poly engine is standard and goes very well.
Crossing Wisconsin I made ...
... I had the Fond du Lac hall come up on the GPS and I drove there. But again I was defeated, their meeting was also Thursday.
I thought I took a photo of the first hall, but apparently I didn't... here's the Fond du Lac hall:
I was scheduled to stop in Bloomington IN for about four days and that included the weekend, Justin took me for a drive on Saturday so I'd know where the hall ...
... magnificence of this magical place. The longing was then magnified as I heard stories of Peru. A friend of our family grew up in Peru and from time to time I would hear snippets of life there. Tales of time gone by intrigued me. I added it to my 'Bucket List’ and tried to talk it up with my friends. I always had a feeling this would be a solo journey, but you never know. For many years I would see glimpses of Machu Picchu through various travel ads ...
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