Lighthouse Valleyview Bed and Breakfast Inn
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We had a bit of a rough day. First our blind and shade on the driver's side came disconnected so we couldn't use it. Bob Jimmied it up with a piece of string to hold it from flopping around and coming down on my head. Then we discovered that our hydraulic jacks were low on fluid THEN we noticed a BIG crack about 13 inches long at the bottom center of our windshield. Oh dear!! Bob located a service place for our ...
... for the holidays from the people of Wisconsin. It’s in the upper 70s when I depart, so there’s also no worry about the freezing rain that we skated through Arkansas in my second and final trip (before this return) to the Delta. As I drive, memories of the Delta come rushing back.
There was the visit to Annie Brown near Itta Bena in her tiny run down shack that had previously been ...
Jefferson, Ohio, and sticking to our plan to avoid toll roads and major
motorways, we threaded our way further west really enjoying the
countryside. Our music was heading
towards the ear protector stage and we were just bopping along without a care
in the world.
were grey, rain in the very near future was a safe bet. The "near future" arrived sooner than
expected, the heavens opened up and down ...
... solidifying my plan. The first was a "Second Shift Team Leader" at a local warehouse. This glorified title turned out to really mean "King of the Janitors" as the only "team" I would be "leading" were the janitors, and by "lead" I mean being a janitor right along with them.
The second job was "Pizza Maker Extraordinaire" at the infamous Casey's West Pizza in town. (This job actually ruled and to date is the best job I've ever had in terms of ...
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 - ...