Inn at Locke House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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Important Cities: Chicago and Aurora
Year of Statehood: 1818
My drive was scenic, but it was still a long drive. Somehow, I feel like I will always have something to complain about while solo-traveling (in Europe it was my feet/shoes). I suppose that just means I need to rethink my idea of a solo vacation. Instead of being on the move, I should consider staying in one place and really getting to explore. That would allow me more time for the things I love and less stress overall. I think. Anyway, at ...
... manager who checked us in, said the same thing, but said they were going to upgrade it this year. That won't do us any good. Oh well, can't have everything!
Wednesday was a great day, we had a lot of fun and got to see, and meet some very interesting people.
Tomorrow will bring another chapter in the continuing saga of the Greezwald's trip to California and back.
Jan, Dolly and Chi-Chi the dog.
Well, after numerous trips to Walmart and The Dollar Store I thought I better quit buying and start packing to see if all this stuff would fit! Boy, can I ever pack a mean suitcase - guess it comes natural after packing in a dishwasher after Thanksgiving for all these years!
So here is my before and after pictures of all my goods for the kids! Felt pens, crayons, blingage, glitter and glue, masks and crowns to ...
... we use GPS. It’s fast.”
Though everything is old-crop stubble now, I can visualize the summer fields of green. And of course I wondered how, and why, rice farming ever started here. The Farmer’s Rice Cooperative website answered that. Although commercial production didn’t begin until 1912, rice farming began in gold-rush days. The Chinese immigrated to ...