Harvey House Bed and Breakfast
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After a lazy morning... We checked out of the lodge and headed to Chicago. After passing through some picturesque Illinois farm land and quaint towns, we hit the interstate outside of Springfield, Il.
This was an uneventful drive for the most part with good weather ...
... I often feel like I can't trust Him or that I'm not worthy of His love. But it was never about my actions because I will never be good enough. He sent Christ because I could never reach Heaven with my good works and He so desires for me to spend eternity with Him. I await the day Jesus returns because it will be unimaginably wonderful for those who love Him. More than all our sin Than all our shame Stronger than the grave You are immeasurably more ...
... long as I don't have to pay the electricity bill!)
Flew to Steamboat ,Colorado which is about a three hour flight. Small a airport,only be used in winter season from Chicago. From the airport by shuttlebus to our accommodation in Steamboat. Lots and lots and lots of snow everywhere.The trees on the roads were not huge pine trees as we expected but smaller indigenous trees. All covered in snow which gives them a greyish appearance. The ...
... made our way to the White Sox Stadium to met cousin Bill Pearson and his mate Tim. We downed several beers, had the customary hot dog and saw the Sox lose 1-9 to the Detroit Tigers. I loved it. The atmosphere was relaxed and friendly and they introduced me to a classic evening of Americana. Bill explained the rules, some of which I understood. I can see its attraction and would definitely go again. Tonight the temperature was still ...
... carriage where you could visit, and the chairs faced the big windows. Had two seats to myself and a power outlet for my laptop so I could keep myself occupied all the way. Nice work America!
It was about eight hours to Chicago, and the scenery was fairly uneventful as we moved through Iowa (more flat lands and cornfields just like Nebraska) and into Illinois.
I had ...