Until the wrong turn (can you believe this still happens 30 days into the ride?) it was a very good day. Some beautiful countryside. It's a real eye opener to see the miles and miles of agriculture. Though I've seen thousands of acres of corn, there are many other types of vegetables being cultivated. Of course I'm used to a lot of farm land in Oregon and California when we take trips to Los Angeles but this feels different. Of course being on a bike may make it feel bigger but regardless, it is very impressive.
It was getting really warm so we thought it would be good to go to the city park (Robbins Island), have lunch and relax and maybe jump in the water while we wait for movie time. To our surprise, there were cones at the park entry and police directing traffic for a big event. Apparently, the city puts on these huge concert events on Tuesday evenings 4 times in the summer called "Rockin' Robbins" and we stumbled onto tonight's show. Tonight's headliner was a Prince cover band Chase & Ovation. It was a major event with food carts and beer. We got out the lawn chairs and just hung out with our fellow Minnesotans eating, drinking and listening to Prince songs. It was just what the doctor ordered. We were thinking about seeing Black Widow but Scarlett will just have to wait.
After the concert we headed back to the friendly confines of the Willmar Walmart Supercenter. The end to another successful day on the road. Tomorrow we go to Hutchinson. It "should" be 58 miles, barring any wrong turns.