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Bread and Circuses

We've been moving pretty quickly since we left Canada.

We cooked in the cold.


At Little Bighorn, we saw some dead soldiers with simple headstones.

At Rushmore, we saw some dead presidents with heads made out of stone.

Jefferson had a runny nose.

Lincoln was crying.

Maybe because of the Bad Lands nearby? (rimshot)


In Wall, we fell for the hype.

And at Mall of America we got taken for a ride.


But now in downtown Minneapolis, we're relaxing on rooftops.

And visiting good friends.


  1. I can't believe there's snow on the ground in South Dakota in May!

  2. No kidding! Neither could we.

    We thought we were done with snow after southern Utah in March.


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