Chestnut Street Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... Great place and lots of fun with the regulars, some of whom we either knew or had some connection from the past.
June 25, 2015
Took Seaman to vet for an ear problem and some bites that
appear to be from ticks. Visited Bureau County Geneological Library
and collected information on the farm.
June 27, 2015
Did a bike ride along ...
... army group that was one of the first users of the rough and often unimproved route. He later said that it inspired him to propose the Interstate Highway system that was one of the largest and greatest infrastructure projects ever undertaken by the government. It is the great highway and byway system that allows me to make this trip with the comforts and access ...
... and unique to that farm and family. Some of the farms here are over 160 years old.
Crossing into Illionois, the hay fields became corn fields for as far as you could see. I arrived in Dixon, Il home of Ronald Reagan and a wealth of history regarding him and Abe Lincoln. I had difficulty in finding a campground so continued to Amboy Ilinois and am staying at the Mendota Hills Campground. ...
... t have handled anything else. I didn't want to take a real gravol because I was already so tired from the night bus I knew it would just knock me out! I ended up taking another anti-nausea and still felt like I was going to barf most of the trip. I did manage to see all the lines. I guess I thought they were going to be bigger and more easily visible. They are very difficult to photograph and I think my cell phone did a better job than my camera. I can say I did it. But ...
... golf carts that they ride up to the Dairy Queen and down one block to the river to eat their soft serve with a view. I guess this river is used for shipping and receiving as well as fishing and recreation. A giant boat pushing a dozen or more cargo units passed a couple times. I've never seen one of these, and to me it resembled a train but for water travel. It was interesting. When it got dark, the boat shined a giant extremely bright spotlight on the water ...