From Iowa we crossed the mighty Mississippi and into Illinois. The land scape is about the same and still a lot of corn and soy beans being grown.
I remembered the roads being TERRIBLE around Chicago, and hoped they would be better west to east. The roads were about half and half (good and bad). More traffic but the scenery was still great.
We do not know if this is a mine or just a huge rock quarry. But those sheer rock walls are close to 70-80 feet.
Then into Indiana, we are South of lake Michigan getting close to our destination in Michigan.
Traffic was bad, but we did pass thru some beautiful farm land here also. I was just too busy to shoot.
Sherry got one of the three towers of some kind?
I estimated about 90 ft. high. Interesting…
Then into Michigan, for about 45 minutes.
Yes there are thousands of acres of farms in Michigan. We tend to think of Detroit.
The land from Iowa to Michigan lays rolling and flat alternately. It is refreshing to see live waterways thriving. Cattle on the hills with plenty of grazing land and water. The rolling hills are so refreshing and I never get enough of saying, “Would you look at that, or LOOK OVER THERE!”
Thanks for coming along over a quick three state hop. I know I have been too lengthy, sorry, I got carried away.
We are all different. Different thoughts, plans and dreams, that is what makes us interesting as humans. (By the way I had a cone of Maple nut Ice Cream and Sherry wasted her time on Chocolate P-nut butter ().) before leaving Iowa.
We are in the state of the Motor City. This area is responsible for a love. Love between cars and humans. We are sitting in Michigan, just a few miles above South Bend Indiana.
Autos were not only built in Detroit, South Bend saw plenty built. This 1987 Studebaker Avanti was the last production car built in South Bend, Indiana