I can’t believe how time got away from me! Here is how the return trip from Wisconsin went. I’ve had the photos downloaded to my computer since I arrived home and have been so busy with Christmas and writing things that I didn’t realize I’d missed writing about it. I really need to put the days I plan to blog here on my phone so it reminds me.
We picked up the 5 piglets. 4 gilts and one little boar. My daughter was excited because they all came from the original lines that started the whole IPP (Idaho Pasture Pig) breed.
On the way back we buzzed through Wisconsin but not before stopping at a small store and purchasing cheese curds. We’d heard so much about Wisconsin cheese we had to see if it stacked up to our beloved Tillmook cheese. While we enjoyed snacking on the cheese curds as we drove, I have to say, it is really hard to beat Tillamook medium cheddar cheese.
When also buzzed back through Minnesota stopping that night in Fargo, N.D. We woke up the following more to frosted inside windows. All the little piggies in the back of the van had made so much moisture that we had to scrape the inside of the windows before we could take off driving.
North Dakota was flat and would have been a blip if we hadn’t spotted Salem Sue. She was a very large cow on a hill outside of New Salem, North Dakota. We took a short break from sitting in the van to check her out.
Traveling through North Dakota we saw this unique and interesting metal sculpture alongside the road.
Pushing that second day, we made it to Butte, Montana. We crossed the Rockies in the dark so we didn’t get to see them very good, but enjoyed the drive through Montana. It has different terrains and vegetation. My daughter and I were both surprised at the size of Butte. I don’t know why I thought it would be smaller. And it sits down in a hole of sorts surrounded by mountains.
The third day we took off out of Butte, crossed Idaho, and returned home in eastern Oregon by 7 pm.
It was a quick trip which helped me check North Dakota, Minnesota, and Wisconsin off the list of states I’ve seen.
How about you? How many of the U.S. states have you been to?
2 thoughts on “The Rest of the Trip”
I like when town put up sculpture to get tourist to visit there towns. The most interesting one I saw was in a town in Alberta that had a giant perogy on a fork. The restaurant in town did have them on the menu and they were delicious.
That would be interesting to see! And they didn’t misrepresent. Thanks for stopping in and commenting!
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