By Julian (The Texas Giant, 10 ft 5 in)
Since the Texas Roadies Mobile got repaired for the day, that meant we could get back on the road as Texas Roadies driving thru midwestern fury!!! Yeeee haaawwwwww!!!!
For the first part of the day, we checked out the super cool Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument! The monument remembers soldiers who fought in notable wars from the 19th & 20th centuries (for example, American Civil War & Spanish-American War). The monument was brilliant with detailed classical architecture that people could only think that ya could find in Europe.
For lunch, we ate food at The Eagle (we also ate here last Saturday night). We ate mashed potatoes, coleslaw, and fried chicken. It was dunking dangslanging good with a dunking Texan A+ (lot less noisy during this time)!
After lunch, we explored more American greatness within the dunking great city of Indianapolis. This city is packed with lots of history: 2 presidential statues, gigantic world war memorial, a classic pond, a park for veterans with a memorial, more monuments, and classicalism beyond. What a great city!
After that Indianan fury in Indianapolis, we moved out of the big city by crossing the northern frontier that bordered Lake Michigan in the Chicago metropolitan area!!
At the location: we saw fogginess, a refinery, greatness, and an unfortunate lack of prosperity. The unfortunate lack of prosperity was with homes abandoned, an oil refinery abandoned or partially abandoned, and infrastructure in poor condition. What this area could need is more JOBS with the the Whiting Refinery that can make the area EXTREMELY RICH with classical homes! It needs more of a BOOMING ECONOMY! Remember to check out the Mascot Hall of Fame because it looks like a hiding place for Gandalf (maybe because of Michael Jackson’s presence here)!
After exploring Northwestern Indiana, we drove thru midwestern chaos while driving our way to the small Indiana city of South Bend. This midwestern chaos consisted of storms, fogginess, air pollution, furious winds, electric lightning, irresistible danger, irredeemable odds, tenacious feats, and the adventurous power of Indiana Jones!!!!
Once we arrived in South Bend, we stayed at a Motel 6, ate dinner, and didn’t give a dunking dunk’s dunk about dunking CNN because we watch dunking FOX NEWS (THE MOST TRUSTED, MOST WATCHED NAME IN NEWS)!!!!!!!
For dinner, we ate food at Bantam Diner!! I ate The Reiff which was a super tasty chicken sandwich which would have Chick-fil-A thinking about “what the dunk!!!” Dad ate Shrimp and Grits which was a delicious soup which would make Napoleon Bonaparte so jealous that he would wanna make 10,000,000 gumbos!!!! Hahahahahaha!!!!!!! The food was really good when especially considering my crunchy chicken with the sauce deepened in while Dad’s dish produced sauciness with fresh fish!!! The atmosphere is not that great: it’s like modern with a hipster feel to it, but the food makes up for it. I’ll say that this restaurant is dunking dangslanging good with a dunking Texan A+ (CAUTION: THIS RESTAURANT BECAME PERMANENTLY CLOSED DOWN, but we luckily made it just in time)!
After enjoying our Indianan feast, we went back to our Motel 6 room, watched Fox News, and slept.
Now that is what I gotta dunking say about April 30, 2019!!! God Bless Texas & God Bless America!!! 🇨🇱🤠✝️🦅🇺🇸