Week 3: Chicago > Cashton > Badlands

Week 3: Chicago > Cashton > Badlands

Wormhole Coffee (home of the Delorean!). 360 Chicago. Eclectic architecture. Epic Whole Foods. We totally get why people love Chicago.

Cashton sunsets and a well-curated, vegan-friendly co-op. Aaron was less into this, but I got a kick out of visiting the cows down the street. My parents are not surprised, the Amish neighbors may have been.

Watching a thunderstorm roll in at the Badlands. It’s amazing to view it approaching from sixty miles away and see lightening illuminate the landscape (from a safe distance).

Mosquitoes. Holy shit! Even Deet was no match for these little vampires at the Badlands.

Ingredients

  • Cashton sunsets and a well-curated, vegan-friendly co-op. Aaron was less into this, but I got a kick out of visiting the cows down the street. My parents are not surprised, the Amish neighbors may have been.
  • Rainy, foggy, thunderstorm-y weather. It’s been following us basically since we left Acadia, with Cashton being the only place it didn’t rain for at least fifty percent of the time. I keep saying I’m excited for dry weather in California, but maybe we’ll bring rain there too and end the drought.
  • gluten-free banana bread french toast / big ass salads / garlicky kale & chickpeas
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