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Sam Waterston has the most amazing sculpted eyebrows. They are like fine art deserving of a blue ribbon. Also, the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum rocks. It is world class fun. That is all.
When you dine at Lou Mitchell’s in Chicago, they give out boxes of Milk Duds to the ladies. (That’s ‘cuz we’re cute and stuff.) It was a rainy morning when we hopped in the car and hit the Mother Road, … Continue reading
Old roads full of kitsch Giant statues beckon us Land that time forgot
We’re sitting here finishing our delightful and tasty breakfast at Lou Mitchell’s, a Chicago institution and, according to the tour books, “the place” to begin our Route 66 adventure. I have this feeling like maybe I’m forgetting something. Did I … Continue reading
It’s time to grab some breakfast and then hit the open road for some Route 66 shenanigans. But first, a few snapshots of Chicago from the past 36 hours:
Stuffed crust deep dish sausage-and-black-olive pizza at Edwardo’s Pizzeria + a stroll around downtown amidst the twinkling city lights – one cranky bum + one grateful one = a magically delicious combo. Enough of the boring math stuff. Hotel Indigo … Continue reading
Oh yeah. She done flew the coop.