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... the wind pushes you away from the truck. It is fun when it is windy and there is about 12-15 mph wind gust today.
Stopping for lunch at a rest stop we see a motor home we have been with since Cheyenne, WY. That couple is returned home to New Jersey. The have a 2011 34 foot Monaco Monarch, a sister coach to ours.
Just East of Davenport, IA we cross the Mississippi for the second time. Finally we are in Ilinois and make our last KOA stop in LaSalle/Peru, IL.
... its sites were flooded. They gave us a site, only after showing us how "squishy" it is,and us assuring them that we could tolerate that. We plan to hit the road early tomorrow and drive the rest of the way (allegedly 386 miles) to Woodbury, MN, by dinner time. We will be staying in one place, visiting daughter, son-in-law and grand-daughters (plus some time with Cousin Beth Armstrong) until after Labor Day. We'll continue to share our adventures, but maybe not every ...
... afternoon ending with a delicious steak dinner cooked by Bill accompanied by corn on the cob we brought with us from Jarrettsville. It was difficult to say goodbye since our chances to get together are few.
Since I didn't have many pictures from today's travels, I put on a few of inside our home on wheels.
Today my craving for cantaloupe and lemonade was too much. I bought a locally grown cantaloupe at the Henry Foods and made a carrier out of my sweater on the back rack. Since there was no running water or bathrooms at the store, I had to buy a gallon of bottled water. Out of all the weird sources of water I've been drinking on this trip, this ended up being the grossest tasting. It was almost nauseating to drink. It had a really strong melted plastic taste. I had a pretty ...
... the rest of our stay here in Utica, Illinois will be like. I'd like to take a ride into LaSalle to see the Hegeler Caruso Mansion,
Completed in 1876 for the family of Edward Hegeler, the mansion has remained in the family until the last family member, 99 year old Alwin Caruso, died in 2004. I love old houses and their history. Should be fun.
Bye for now and stay well.