Hancock House B and B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... in traffic to get home, and then sit at home and watch Netflix...and repeat.
So this is it! Living the dream!...Right?...right?...
Don't get me wrong, this lifestyle is incredibly responsible and certainly pays the bills, it just wasn't what I expected.
The monotony of repeating the same tasks over and over just got to me. I'd stare at the clock hoping, wishing that somehow it would accelerate similar to post-graduate pant sizes ...
Took the road less travelled for our first day. Headed west on the I-290 W or Dwight Eisenhower Expressway for a bit before it was the US20 W. When we could we were off onto the IL 72W which was a much smaller road with much less traffic that went through suburbs and small towns.
Bought supplies for lunch in Addison - spent a whole $2.60 to get bread rolls, ham and a tomato. Back to our lunch of travels past - ...
... River, IL, a small town of 425 mid-west folk and home to Bill and Linda James.
The James live in the RV Resort we stay in while in Florida during the winter. We parked the coach in their driveway and even get to use their electric. After catching up on the news of the day, we take a walk around their array of buildings. Bill has a collection of old or antique cars he has restored. You will see several pictures of a 1911 ...
... It was amazing to me that 25 years after the release of the movie, folks would still travel to the middle of nowhere Iowa to play catch with their kids or friends, in the field from the set.
I got to meet the up till recently owners. The husband had been born, raised and had lived his life in the house up until not too long long ago. They shared with ...
... us. We finally found a small hole to descend through, right when I was about to file an IFR flight plan and shoot an instrument approach. Dropping below the clouds, we could see countless miles of green farmland, mostly corn and wheat. With the strong wind blowing out of the northwest at 20 to 30 knots, we could clearly see "waves" on the fields of grain that looked more like an endless green ocean, stretching from horizon to horizon.