I love unusual or big art, and the first place we stopped provided plenty of interesting things to look at. This was at the park entrance.
I don't know if these were cement benches or a breakwater wall, but I loved how they were painted.
We had to walk out to the end of this pier....
The next cache was hidden on this sailboat...
I would love to own this house overlooking the lake. What a view!
Hey, is there a cache hidden in here???
As we were headed for home, we spotted a street vendor selling hot dogs. There is just something really yummy about a Chicago style hot dog with a steamed bun, so of course we had to stop.
Be sure to get them with a dash of celery salt - it just adds a little something extra.
One of my favorite hot dogs are at Gene & Judes in River Grove, IL. I actually like the fries better than the hot dog. They are nice and greasy and they dump them right on top of the hot dog. Read about them here:
Another favorite of mine is Superdawg in Chicago. I have been going there since I was a kid. The top of their building sports 2 giant hot dogs and people from all over the world have taken a picture of them.
http://www.superdawg.com/ They have 1950's style car hop service there and it's just a fun place to visit.
Who has a taste for hot dogs tonight?