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When I woke up today, I had a lackluster presumption of what the day would bring. In fact, I was even a little worried about not having enough material to write in this blog entry. My expectations were soon shattered though, as you'll see.
As I left Chicago, I was bracing myself for a long, and likely boring drive. However, once I was on I …
After our fun day on the dunes we had an early start today. We boarded the Lake Express Ferry in Muskegon, MI and in 2 and half hours we departed ferry in Milwaukee WI! That little boat ride saved us more than 6 hours drive time and tons of aggrevation driving through Chicago. We enjoyed the sights (water and more water) and got to see the Smurf …
Drove 340 miles in 4.5 hours.
Another day of prairie views.I hovered around 85 mph for most of the day and the road was straight so we made good time. We maintained phone signal the entire journey so Karen was able to work in her car office, making calls, booking hotels etc. So despite being ostensibly a stop over day ...
Today can only be described as surreal, no other words can be used! We left the Presidential Suite in Pierre and made the drive to Brandon, near Sioux Falls. We stopped at an authentic cowboy wear and tack shop so I could get my western wear fix! Although I could have come away with loads of boots, I restrained myself to one belt- though it is a very blingy one!!! The drive itself was fairly uneventful, the most exciting thing to report was that all the cows ...
I just drove all day this day basically straight north from Kansas city to Sioux Falls, SD. The trip took me right up the I-29 which straddled the border of Nebraska and Iowa before entering South Daytona. This was one of the most boring drives I've ever been a part of. The header I had working from the previous night's beer drinking wasn't making it any more exciting. I'd had never seen so many cornfields and farms in ...