Well, I thought I was finished with the first day's drive, but not so.
My brother called right before I got to the Hen House to say he was at Chicago's O'Hare Airport. They had missed their flight from RDU to Houston and had had to get another flight. I had just left the Chicago area. Guess we "just" missed each other.
Once on I-74, I saw a pickup truck coming by with the words "Wide Load: on it. I've seen this quite often, but this one also had a tall, flexible pole on the front. I was wondering about this when it struck me it was being used to double check the height of overpasses for those tall, wide-loads.
I saw several more of these trucks during the two-day drive.
Like I said, I was disappointed with the $3.80 in Crawfordsville, Indiana (it had been $2.99.9, $3, in mid January). As bad as that was, I was even more glad I had spent the $3.80 as it was $3.96 at the next Pilot station in Pittsboro.
Passed I-74 Exit 66 (as a Route 66 fan, I like that number) in Brownsburg, Ind, shortly before the Indy bypass. We spent an unexpected night there back during the Orange Bowl trip during a surprise snowstorm.
OK, Think I'm Finished Now. --RoadDog