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We left Chicago early Saturday morning (9/13). Jeff and Mark made us a nice breakfast, helped us load the car and we were off. First tourist stop was the Spam Museum in Austin, MN. I did not realize Spam does not contain any snout or hoof...just premium pork shoulder. People were walking out with cases of this stuff. ...
Hi all from Austin MN. where the heck is that??
Well we drove about 9 hours today, with the last 5 hours in rain that ranged from an irritating mist to a steady downpour. All the rain we've run into the last few days is really my fault, as I finally found a carwash yesterday and got about 3 weeks worth of grime off the car. Of course that action brought on immediate rain.
My goal today was to get to LaCrosse WI, which is the first town over the MN/WI border, so I ...
Today was a drive day so we got up early and packed up and hit the road. The drive all up was about 700 km so a big day in a van towing a trailer. It was a pretty uneventful drive with a couple of stops at gas stations along the way. The most interesting thing of the day was probably the amount of road kill we saw which had been basically non existent the rest of the trip because they have road crews who scrape ...
... We hopped on our bikes in the morning hoping to beat the heat and took the trail into town. There was a few breaks as it was already pretty hot but the trail was great. Parts of it had a little shade and most of the hills weren't too big. The kids thought that it was cool when the trail went under the highway. We ended up biking a total of 21 Km's there and back. We stopped to help a turtle off the road on the ...
... at home, weekends with his family, an unbuttoned shirt collar and country music.
And there is a special place in his/her heart for his rig.
He's/She's not fond of city traffic, tourists who are rotten drivers, fuel prices, dispatchers, snarly receivers, kids in high powered cars and least of all drunk drivers.
Nobody else gets as much satisfaction out of talking about trucks, truckers, ...