#41: “Sadly I never got to Des Moines…”

I was walking from Chicago to Des Moines, Iowa. A great journey east. Yes, it should have been west, but in this geographically confused dream it was most definitely east. It may have even been along the Appalachian Trail. I stopped in some small town to try and look for somewhere to spend the night, and for a postcard. No luck on the postcard, but I found a nice youth hostel. I don’t believe I actually stayed there though. There was a man with a camel-like creature acting as a taxi service to Des Moines, so I took that. I had to hang on to the tail. I kept trying to climb up onto the animal’s back, but the driver kept pushing me back. Apparently the fare was more expensive to ride on it’s back. I decided the extra comfort was worth it, and saw the meter begin to go up at an increased rate. Yeah, the camel-creature had a taxi meter on it. The scenery between Chicago and Des Moines was quite spectacular – think a cross between Mongolia and Arizona. I’m pretty sure the midwest is not like that at all. Sadly I never got to Des Moines, but it was an interesting journey.


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