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... we drove today. Millions of acres of corn are grown on the plains with no irrigation at all - an amazing sight and one that I have been wanting to see all my life! We had a stop at Sioux Falls for a look at the falls but they were only trickling after a long summer - but the park facilities along the river were superb and were being well used by the locals! We arrived here in Worthington, a small town of about 12,000 people, which is an agricultural hub and has a large ...
... from Illinois, through Iowa into Minnesota in our longest drive yet--432 miles. Tomorrow, we're continuing through Minnesota into South-Dakota. The hotel we're staying in is a typical highway motel. It has a sign saying that "bikers are welcome". Indeed, there are a lot of travelers on motorcycle here, and they're probably all heading in the same direction as we.
... then started the fire, and roasted marshmallows and read. It's was light until 9:30 or so, and was such a nice night around the fire! By 11 we were all in bed again, hoping for an early start tomorrow. It's time for me to hit the hay tonight, and hopefully get a full nights sleep in, and kick this slight it was 6 hours, so I'm hoping tonight I can get a good 8 hours! So from Jackson, Minnesota, good night and good day! ...
... family does the Woswit foods (pennsylvania dutch food) that was very cool makes you feel a little at home to talk about home stuff so far away. Well i dont have much else must go to bed for another early day tomorrow.
P.S. Ken,Shane said he talked to you about an island vacation. I do believe a Mai Tai on a beach is sounding pretty good about now. :) :)
... We also had a look at algae under a Leica microscope freshly collected from Silver Lake today. It looked like a feather. The professor told us algae was the first plant to photosynthesize and to produce oxygen for the atmosphere. The second most productive source of oxygen on Earth is algae. It has evolved and lived for the longest time since the beginning of life on this planet.
Paul and I took out a canoe for about 45 minutes on the lake. The ...