Being my travels down those great two lane highways of this nation as well as news I learn about them from media sources. Since I'm also very interested in historic preservation, there will be a lot of that as well.
Monday, October 7, 2013
NC Bound Fall 2013-- Part 3: That's Boz To You
SEPTEMBER 6, 2013 //// Continued south on Illinois Highway 47, my preferred way of avoiding the Chicago Hassle. Passed a park sign for Johnson Mound Forest Preserve. Was that a hill or perhaps an Indian mound? Land is fairly flat through here. Gas in Yorkville was $3.77 and $3.66 in Morris. //// Just after crossing the interstate I-80 north of Morris, there is a hot dog stand I've been wanting to check out for a long time and this was the day to do it. Besides that, I was getting hungry. It is on the west side of the road and called either Boz or Bozo Hot Dogs. There is a round something or another after the letter "Z" on the sign. //// Turns out it was just something round as inside on the wall menu, it said you could order a Boz Dog for $2.25, which is what I did. The meat was so-so, but the toppings made this a good one with a whole bunch of stuff including big chunks of tomato and celery salt if desired. I desired. Celery salt is very important for it to be a Chicago dog. You could get a jumbo dog for $3.25 and I overheard the order-taker saying this was much better meat so will try that the enxt time. //// It's a Dog Thing, You Wouldn't Understand. --RoadDog