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... outside the border security area. It was about 45 minutes we had to wait for them to get released.
We then drove on through and went through some road works, where they were digging up the entire road. Not long after that, we received a large stone chip in the Ford's windscreen.
We stopped at Harvey to have some lunch and decided to see if we could get the windscreen fixed as soon as possible to ...
... of Fort Collins in Colorado.
I went to see Marvel's AntMan, because I love the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and I hadn't seen this one yet. I hadn't particularly been dying to see it or anything, but it was another list item ticked. They had really cool, big, electric reclining seats, and you picked where you wanted to sit from a screen at the ticket booth.
I like the way in Galway you just get to pick where you want to sit, but I also hate when you're early and you ...
... the office and found that a private tourist park representing a pioneer town was having a display. After driving around Fargo and West Fargo (yes there is a West Fargo) with streets that have numeric names that confuse Peg's ...
Monday morning we feasted on huge muffins from Perkins before leaving the campground and we took our time getting to the next stop which was Rockford, IL where we grilled out and had a leisurely evening. Tonight we are in a beautiful campground just outside Benton, IL and will be heading home in the morning. After we have the last two Perkins' muffins we will head out and probably be arriving in Mt. Juliet in early afternoon. Hope to see most of you soon. A million ...
... money was for sports teams or other school needs. Dinners were often in a restaurant or bar where a private back room gave us space to mingle and share time together about our day on the road. Conviviality and community building provided opportunity to engage with fellow travelers a bit deeper, and our stories of aches and joint pain sometimes became a ticket into further conversation around many and varied topics.