Morton, Illinois

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Investigating how to put the roof down?Day 2: October 22nd

Finally getting over my jet lag, with a little help from my friends we worked out how to get the top down on the convertible. Not a trivial problem!
Pumkin patchA day with pumpkins and corn mazes, Mexican food and wonderful home made gifts – 3 useful bags decorated with route 66 icons. I’m feeling homesick for the USA

Corn grows high, almost as high as the yellow school busses that supplied the excited children (other than me)! It looked about 8-10 foot tall.
school bus infront of corn maze

Morton, Illinois
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  1. Sarah writes:

    It was such a wonderful visit! I’m so thankful that you took the time to stay with us. The kids keep asking for their new friend Miss Wendy to come back and go look for clues in the corn maze again!

    We couldn’t have figured out the convertible mechanism without our intrepid junior engineers, eh?

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  2. wendy writes:

    I loved the way everyone leapt in to solve my technical problem, such enthusiasm and helpfulness, so natural, very inspiring!

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  3. Scarlet writes:

    …British kids probably would have driven off in it….
    Sx

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  4. p-g writes:

    Perhaps more important, can you manage to put the top up?

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    wendy writes

    p-g, an insightful question. I did nearly decapitate the little boy when closing the roof and there was some swinging on the internal handle to get the latch to catch… …all rather exciting…

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