I have a chance to go to the Creighton game Sunday night, but it's gonna require about 10 hours in the car. We're back visiting the in-laws for the weekend in north central IA. It's about 2.5 hours to DM from there (5 hours roundtrip) and then I have to drive back home to WI that night (another 4.5 hours). Plus, hard to say how the kids are gonna sleep away from home. I'll likely be working on 5-6 hours of sleep.
I'd really like to go to see this team play, but I'm having a hard time justifying the effort. Someone talk me into it.
i heard you can't even get jalapenos on your nachos... so i don't know why you'd even bother coming.
No wait the game is in Des Moines. My bad. Do they offer jalapenos there??
If you go this route take a couple 5 hour energies with you. Trust me. When you start shaking your head to stay awake just pop one of these suckers.
I would love to go to the football game, but I would be dead tired by the time I made it there after driving 12 hours, and I'd only get an hour or two to tailgate... I don't think it's worth it. This week has been crazy at work (training). Working all sorts of crazy hours. 73 hours this week at all times of the day (and night).
I've made many long drives before and I do pretty well. It's not much different than sitting in a combine 12+ hours per day all summer cutting wheat on custom harvest. But those Amp energy drinks sure give me that extra boost when I need it...
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