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Sunday, September 22, 2013
San Francisco to Gwinn by way of Green Bay
The plan was to drive with Dad to Shag Lake and get there in time for the Bears game.
I love it when a plan comes together. We spent the much of trip listening to the Green Bay Packers lose on the radio. If there is anything better for a Bear fan that a day when Bears win and Green Bay loses, I guess it must be this...
Driving the full length of Wisconsin during the Packer's loss, listening to the homer announcers make excuses for Aaron Rodger's terrible throws for interceptions and try to explain the truly horrible coaching by McCarthy, all followed by hours of anguished Packer fans calling into the post-game autopsy.
It was very entertaining. Quickest six hour drive ever.