This is a rather iconic shot taken from an observation deck over the main exhibit. Many of the trailers were open and it was possible to go inside them. I was surprised that there was so much to look at that we took almost 2 hours to go through.
|If I squint, I can see similarities between our Montana High Country and the Tennessee Traveler. Maybe.|
All the touring left us with an urge for lunch so we went in search of a non-chain restaurant. The folks at the RV HOF recommended El Maguey so we gave it a try. I just discovered that they are, in fact, a chain. But since we've never been to one I won't hold it against them. Their menu says they serve "real Mexican" food. Apparently as opposed to real Tex/Mex I guess. But a burrito by any description tastes pretty good to me.
The laundry is done, the recliners are secured, the blog is updated and it's early to bed tonight. We head for Rochester, MN in the morning.
Important sighting!! I saw my first Wall Drugs sign today. It was a small thing on the side of a barn and said "Wall Drugs, 979 miles". I have no idea what we are in store for but I will be stopping to visit.