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Today we took a tour of Lincoln's house. Most of the furniture was original. I do not have a picture of the house on the I-pad so I can show it. It is a two story home now but when Lincoln bought it was 1 story. In the 17 years they owned a second story was added and a room in the back. From there we went to Lincoln's tomb. We took a tour of tomb building it was beautiful. Dave and I walked down a lot of stairs to the temporary tomb were Lincoln's body was laid ...
... br> Much to my dismay, I found out that it is frowned upon to joblessly lay on the beach and eat hot dogs all day, so I got a job as a "Financial Roofing Consultant" for a home improvement company in Baltimore, MD. --Because that is what you're supposed to do after college, get a job.
Determined to make it in the "real world", I gave being an adult a try. I'd wake up early, sit in traffic to get to work, devote eight hours of my life a day sitting at ...
I think this may be my first time in Iowa though I'm thinking I may have driven through it in college. Regardless, this is definitely my first extended stay in Iowa and I loved it.
We were the featured show of the Circus Fans of America convention (at least I think that was the distinction) so around 100 folks from the convention were shuttled out to our 4:30pm show and sat ringside for it. We couldn’t have asked for a prettier spot to put on a couple of shows either: ...
This is a catch up blog for this day so fairly short.
It was a long so called transit day ride from Cleveland in Ohio to Clinton in Iowa - a grand distance of 500 miles, mostly along the interstatewhere you can keep going at 75 mph.
We were doing well until a road closure followed by a missed turning took us through the middle of Chicago on a very hot Friday afternoon. 6 lanes of traffic all stacked up ...
... It is only one of three of its kind. The stories of all these cars and their history were fascinating. The ’31 Pierce Arrow was used by Al Capone.
Ed Walton will enjoy seeing this car collection when I can upload the pictures.
What a great day. Other than the upcoming wedding next week, this stop has been a real treat and one we are sure glad we made. That is the true adventure of a “journey”.