Day 2 dawned bright and beautiful and only got more beautiful as the day wore on. Incredible heat and sunshine! The convoy rolled from Michigan into Wisconsin, and we started seeing very large signs for Seguin's Cheese and Treasures. Of course, we couldn't resist since everyone knows you have to buy cheese in Wisconsin. But we did hold back from buying cheesehead hats. For now.
The convoy is working remarkably well and Sparerib is having no trouble keeping up with the speed and nimbleness of the Beast. Even Nui managed to crank it up to a dizzying 66 mph, and keep it on the road. She flew through constructions zones with barely a cone out of a place or a sign man diving for safety. The Prince was napping.
To really put S&S to the test, we camped overnight in a beautiful park unfortunately downwind from an apparently huge mass of cows. The country experience was complete: the AROMA, the flies,the AROMA, the mosquitoes, the AROMA, the primitive bathrooms, the AROMA, the missing showers..... all have come together to enhance the outdoor experience. Prince has been warned that his wallet better be full when they get to Edmonton and it's time to cash in on the promise of shopping.
So far, so good