Abbey's High Street Bed and Breakfast
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... my life was at its lowest point.
Six months into the "real world", I found myself newly single. Now this is a perfectly acceptable time to wallow in your heartbreak, eat lots of ice cream, cry, and listen to John Mayer, there's nothing wrong with that. But it can also be seen as an opportunity. An opportunity for something new, something completely new...anything, just get me out of here!
So in mid-November, virtually broke, I quit my job ...
... are all unique and the shops are as varied. One shop, Galena General Store has more hot sauces than I've ever seen in one place. I know Dick Wilson and Dave Millross would have been in "Hot Sauce" heaven.
The town sits near a river and the entrance has flood gates as that river can overflow. Just a unique place. You will enjoy the pictures soon. This would be a great road trip destination for us motor home junkies.
After lunch at Culvers ...
... grain (Corn)" comes to mind and the fields are overflowing. The corn is taller than I can remember. This is “elephant’s eye height” country.
We pass a small village, Lena, IL. Had to take a few picture for our dear friend Lena Meijer. I miss working on the jig saw puzzles with Pete and seeing her stop to see our progress.
We stopped to get gas and 53 gallons later, we have the tank full. We arrive ...
Today I was awake at five, but it was in bed till 8. As I slept in the bedroom, and the other three in the mains, I happily lazed in my bedroom whilst they slept, trying to catch up on so many lost hours of sleep. By 10:00, we were ready to head into Chicago to check out what was to see. Anson wasn't keen to take to 36foot (13m) RV into Chicago, and good thing too, traffic is ...
... we could see a boneyard of former water bombers, planes taken from military use and re-purposed to drop water on wildfires.
After gassing up and taking a bathroom break, we were back in the air, trying to beat the heat and turbulence.
Just east of Greybull are the Big Horn Mountains, a line of mountains that run from North to South and soar to 12,000'. We had to circle to gain enough altitude before we headed on our route to the East. ...