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... amaze me when I travel this road.
Threading my way carefully thru all the construction in and around LaCrosse, WI, I relaxed once again and enjoyed the rolling hills and bluffs that are all along this part of Hwy 90. Soon I came to Hwy 94 and the traffic got a tad heavier, so I had to pay more attention to ol Charlie. I heeded Charlies call to take a rest and pulled over in a truck stop I know and had some pie and ice cream while ...
... also. I think...Maybe,
I was supposed to leave Waterville today, the 28Th of July and head back to Wisconsin. I didn't. Why you ask ?? Well it was storming a lot during the night, and was raining when I got up. The forecast said another storm was headed this way. Seeing how the last time I was in Wisconsin and driving ol Charlie I got caught in a massive storm. I don't want to do that again. Tomorrow is supposed to be sunny and warm...Maybe I'll leave ...
... supprisingly fun so I may have to play more when I get home. Unfortunately I didn't win either of the games but I guess the fact that I had fun is the most important thing. Today we had a really long day spending 5.5 hours at The Mall of America which is a huge shopping centre about 2 hours from Mankato. Most of us met up for Lunch at Buba Gump Shrimp (thats right the restaurant from Forest gump) and had great meals, all of which were huge but ...
... an oasis in the middle of nowhere just off I-40. Following a trusty GPS, we wound up on the wrong exit. "You are here" was in the middle of nowhere! You would all recall that every day in the closing miles, we would speed up like horses heading to the barn. We all took the same exit. Some were stopped at a light. Those of us in the lead forgot to stand a sentry at the point where we were turning around. We turned around and got back to the road...the rest of the bikes and the pumpkin ...
... the car next to us did not have a driver - there was a woman in the "passenger" seat, but not the "driver's", or at least that would have been the case had i been back home in Australia.
It feels very strange turning corners, & taking exit ramps on the highways (they are all on the right), & i feel like i am trapped in some kind of mirror, or parralell universe a lot of the time.