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... My destination? South Dakota, Wyoming, and maybe a peek into Montana. All places I've never been to: Mt. Rushmore, the Badlands, the Black Hills, Deadwood, Yellowstone, and the Grand Tetons. Now, I might not make it quite that far in the time I'm allotting myself, but I will make my best effort without going insane in the car for that many miles. I'm hoping that as a true introvert, ...
... 8217;t get out of San Antonio.
So now I get a hold of Jackie to see what she can do being that she works for Delta. She finds me a seat on a flight out on Southwest through Atlanta and then to Minneapolis. It sinks in, I’m not getting home tonight. But getting to Minneapolis is okay because I’d be there anyways in the morning for my travel to Alaska. I’d just eliminate the leg that would take me from Madison to ...
... went for a walk, got lunch and then wandered around some more. I had a look at various shops and then returned to the coach. We drove a very short distance to Miller brewery. Here we did a tour. We started with a movie and then had a look at the plant. This place is huge, lots to see and at the end there was tastings. An interesting experience.
Back on the coach we headed to Madison. We did some more intros and arrived ...
... of 9:30, and after a really yummy breakfast at the Village Green Lodge (yes, I'm plugging it we loved it), we had plenty of time. (oh, and btw, the cherry yogurt with pears was the only cherries we saw in our visit... sad :(
So we drove north, too cold for the goats on the roof, kept driving north, missed the turn to Ellison's Bluff, kept on going up to Door ...
... She'll see just a small portion of this grand and mysterious state, but its a start. We added in the train to Anchorage at the end of the trip to give her a little more of a tour and the opportunity to go through Denali and also see Anchorage. Let's hope the skies are clear for the trip.
On a clear day you can see Mt. McKinley from the dining room at A Taste of Alaska Lodge. We hope to see it a bit closer this ...