After driving from Saskatoon to Abilene, Kansas, and spending a solid week researching at the Eisenhower Library, I thought that I had at last mastered the arts of travelling amongst Americans and archival research. One of the most important research strategies that I discovered was forgoing lunch in order to keep up my research momentum (and which allowed me to leave half an hour early each day--when my concentration was waning anyhow, of course).
|Protein bars helped in the absence of lunch (N.B. no tiger's milk included)|
|Flying Dutchman Burger (N.B. no bun included)|
|Fancy, overpriced water (N.B. tap water cheaper and better)|
|Californian Flora during cold snap (N.B. no cold included)|
|Fitness Grill (N.B. no fitness included)|
Coming up tomorrow -- the final installment, "The Road Warrior's Tales from the Archives"!
Editor's Note: The History Department is not promoting any of the above-mentioned products. In any case, the thought of a bunless burger horrifies this editor.