Area Man Unsure Whether He's On Right Bus For Most Of Trip

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Area Man Unsure Whether He's On Right Bus For Most Of Trip

BARABOO, WI–Chicago resident Joe Mendenhall, nearly four hours into a seven-hour bus trip he hopes is to Minneapolis, is experiencing serious misgivings about whether he is, in fact, on the right bus. "I'm not recognizing any of the town names from the last time I made this trip," Mendenhall said. "And I don't remember the ground being quite this hilly." Mendenhall said he has considered asking the bus driver if he is on the right bus, but he's sure he'll figure it out for himself any time now.