What do those three things have in common? If you watched a lot of 70s TV, as did all your editors, you probably remember those insurance-company ads with the funky music and the silhouette image of the old-fashioned train station. That was, of course, Wausau, which is not just the name of an insurance company but also a surprisingly hip little city in northern Wisconsin. And the radio towers, of course, were what we were there to photograph – along with the train stations (there are three of them, in real life). Collection of legal IDs was not neglected, either. Listen, enjoy, check out the tower pics at fybush.com, and join us again right here next week for the very last (and frankly, a little anticlimactic) installment of the 2005 Big Trip!