They began their journey in Ann Arbor. They drove to RO with me and waited in my fridge a bit. Then they were tucked into a backpack.
They made it unmolested through airport security, then we flew to Milwaukee - I in a seat, the tucked under the seat in front of me.
A couple of days in a fridge in Milwaukee, then it was a shopping bag with several other gifts. I taped the handles together with blue painter tape, so as to prevent escape.
They rode on the train to chicago in the overhead compartment. Then I carried them to an El stop, and we all rode the blue line for a bit. Their shopping bag was crammed between my feet, but nobody stepped on it.
After the El we all walked through a park, then we were at Bro's house! The trip for the chocolates still had not ended though.
After some socializing and baby-sitting, the chocolates made one last journry in the back of my parents' Astek.
Finally they were pulled out and distributed this evening.
I tasted one, and I'd say it made it through its Incredible Journey just fine.