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... to have it repaired? Fortunately, the mechanics were
able to track the parts down in town and repair it all within a couple hours.
The total cost was more than I want to mention, mostly for parts and towing
since the labor charge in this small Midwestern town was very reasonable for
the work of auto mechanics, and I was on my way again. With this unexpected
turn of events it was well after 10:00 at night when I rolled into Louisville.
This morning we decided to see the sandhill cranes take off for the day. Amber had enough crane watching and the 6:15 wake up time didn't appeal to her. My parents and I drove off in the dark to go find another place where we could watch the birds. Just as we were parking, the first sign of light was coming over the horizon, and we could hear thousands of cranes squawking in the distance. As it got lighter, we saw just how many birds there really ...
... d do his best to help us. Where were you a few weeks ago when we blew our transmission, Cody?! Haha…just kidding. (No, seriously…where were you?) ;)
Tonight we’re heading to Litchfield and we’re staying in a city-owned campground on the outskirts of town. After work tomorrow, we’re heading back to the Double J Campground to pick up our supplies and go to work replacing our holding tank valves and our kitchen faucet. Wish us luck!
... tired that we don't even remember falling asleep. We slept well I guess cause we were up early.
This morning we were on the road by 7:00 and at an IHOP for a breakfast stop by 8:30. We enjoyed our breakfast and love how friendly everyone is out here in the Midwest. Very refreshing! The woman at the table behind us had an extra 20% off coupon which she gladly shared with us. Yeah. After breakfast we headed back on to I-70 West, bound ...
... us like kings. And when she heard me tell the cashier that i was giving her a massive 20% tip...she was so excited.
There were the numerous hippies-hikers and otherwise slightly unusual characters we saw in and around Flagstaff and on the roads up towards the Grand Canyon. We still wonder what that guy we met on the road leading to Flagstaff, was dragging behind him, and why he was walking down the middle of the road in the dark.