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  • Day97

    Little Switzerland

    September 30 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 29 °C

    Heini’s Käsefabrik, alle Sorten konnten probiert werden😋
    Die größte Kuckucksuhr der Welt?
    Amish Country, wo die Leute auf Elektrizität und modere Maschinen aus Glaubensgründen verzichten 🙄

  • Day95


    September 28 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 22 °C

    ...es bleibt spannend...
    Keine Verletzten, nur einer mit drei Löchern dem die Puste ausging 😅
    Dafür gab es einen neueren Dodge Journey im Austausch 😎

  • Day13

    At a Roadside Truckstop

    September 30 in the United States ⋅ 🌙 21 °C

    We’re prepared to pay for our corn but baulk on accommodation so we are being lulled to sleep by the squeal of tyres and the scream of truck engines roaring down the highway.
    You’ve got to balance stuff up so after two peaceful nights at some really good campgrounds, on Lake Erie and then Lake Ontario that have the sound of surf on the shore we’re back to the normal diesel dives we stop at.
    The others places we stayed at we walked along the shore of the lakes, here we think about how we walked along the shore of the lakes and we stay up as late as possible to get as tired as possible so above all the noise we might be able to get some sleep.

    Australians are like fungus, they seem to get into every corner of the world so we are surprised that some people we meet here have never met any of our two headed species before, sorry I’m mixing us all in with Tasmanians.
    This happened with a roadside store owner. After talking to him for a fair while he says. “so you folks from round here” what the....y’all don’t hear accents. “Crikey, is this bloke coming the raw prawn or what” well that how we feel like talking as well as putting on a blue singlet, stubbies and wearing football socks with our Blundstones, I mean we all have to be good ambassadors for our country.

    Thinking back to Lake Erie, we stayed near a town called Geneva On The Lake that seems to attract bikers and old fools who can finally afford a Chevrolet Corvette. They drive around town with the tops down which is a big mistake because it gives their age away and at ninety you don’t look cool, all that new glossy paint and shiny chrome is too much of a contrast and shows up too clearly the toll life has taken on you.

    In Ohio and some other states you don’t have to wear bike helmets and this is for motor bikes not those dinky trike laws we have back home so you see old fools who can finally afford a Harley and young fools who are obviously helping Columbia’s economy along riding huge bikes at high speed not looking at the road but at who’s looking at them.
    Back home we call bike riders organ donors and we are probably luckier because amongst the smorgasbord at least there is a good chance you could salvage a brain an a few eyes but here you’d be limited to a few internal organs and maybe an arm or two if you could find them.

    All these new bikes and cars made the place seem like a millionaires row especially with some of the beautiful lakefront houses so curiously we looked the house prices up on the net thinking they’d be in the millions. We saw places for under $100,000 and brilliant ones from $200,000 to $300,000.
    These lakes are so big they do get surf and there are seagulls there... so just thinking, hhmmm.
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  • Day9

    That Blur Is Chicago

    September 26 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 20 °C

    When you see this much water its weird that it’s not salt, living by the coast it doesn’t feel right to us, even the the seagulls seem confused though they were probably were to start with, how else do they get this far inland to Lake Michigan?
    Really we’ve no idea but we can’t talk either, sitting by the lake with our seagull brains and wouldn’t you know it we’re eating chips, well I am, Rhonda’s throwing them at me and I’m flapping about trying to grab them in the sand.
    There’s little waves rolling in at the moment though in winter the storms can get so bad they can sink the large cargo ships that sail on the Great Lakes. The waves, they say can get as big as the ones on the ocean.
    So many ships have gone down there is a museum and one of the feature wrecks is of the Edmond Fitzgerald also a song by maybe someone like Gordon Lightfoot called The Wreck of the Edmond Fitzgerald. YouTube it, it’s a beauty.
    There are lighthouses, beautiful classic styled ones all around and with the lakes being so large in almost every respect it’s the same as sailing the open ocean.

    Places over here like the Missouri River, the Mississippi River, The Great Lakes etc are on such a large scale that we have passed dozens of other rivers and lakes that anywhere else would be held up as a national attraction (we certainly would and name it imaginatively too, like our Great Barrier Reef, our Great Dividing Range so we could call it our Great Big River or our Great Big Lake) but against these big buggars they seem nameless and get little attention, even the seagulls couldn’t be bothered, if they’ve flown this far they want to stay at the real deal.
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  • Day4

    Health Food Heaven

    September 21 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 23 °C

    You know you are in America when you see a huge highway billboard advertising “ Butter Burgers & Frozen Custard” oohhhh yummmmm!
    If this doesn’t get your tastebuds going how about “triple fried pork rinds in potato gravy with spicy double cream dumplings”.
    Looking around the streets it isn’t hard to see who is buying this stuff, a lot of them have a real butter burger waddle going on.
    I think it is an educational thing because when we ask where we can buy fresh fruit and veggies we get answers like “don’t rightly know, knew a fella back in seventy nine got hiz self some of them thar veg-e-tab-les but just where from I couldn’t rightly say”.

    And then again “You want what? veg-e-tab-les? I hearz Macdonald’s iz putting lettuce and tomato on their burgers, now that’s a heap of goodness right there.
    No wonder the corn crops covering over three states and counting is grown for cattle feed and not for human consumption. Like Martians, anything green is alien.

    Speaking of meat and potatoes the tragedy goes on. First they killed Bambi’s mother now look where poor Bambi has ended up, a veal dish in a midwestern truck stop. Now if more truckers ate more fruit and vegetables there would be a lot more Bambies getting around.
    Better still, what we need is for some of those Californian Vegans to get their truck licenses, then instead of all the truck stops being full of six foot six, hairy palmed, mono browed Neanderthals diggings into huge bowls of stodge and picking pieces of Bambi from between their teeth there would be a much better zen feel to the road.

    No maybe not, thinking about this it won’t work, no Vegan is going to do a job that splatters thousands of insects into a windscreen every night.
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  • Day4

    Garlic Festival Update

    August 18 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 31 °C

    I am Miss Garlic 2019 for the festival coming up, and I just got an email inviting me onto a morning segment of fox news to promote garlic flavored icecream. So! Time to finish my dress and study the materials they gave me. The next two days are strictly sectioned off for sewing!

  • Day10

    Garlic Festival- Day 1

    August 24 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 21 °C

    Day 1! The festival was small, but very cute! It ran for about two or three blocks. Lots of people recognized me from the news, which was weird. I got a wicked sunburn today, RIP my shoulders for tomorrow.

  • Day3

    Downtown Cleveland!

    August 17 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 26 °C

    We went exploring! I was approached by a man with a youtube channel dedicated to exploring abandoned buildings, and he showed me some of his newest footage. He told me he wanted more followers and wrote down his info (pictured below).

    Bonus picture: pitcher man?

  • Day6

    Grand Pacific Junction Historic Shopping

    August 20 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 31 °C

    Shopping here was beautiful! The stores were all in cute historical buildings, with unique things to buy. I dropped by an Italian restaurant and got authentic wedding soup and gnocchi! It was delicious~

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