The Avenue Bed And Breakfast
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... not imagine being here in the winter, it would be a cold campus. There were a lot of parents and students getting tours. So we listened in and ended up touching the nose of Lincoln for good luck.
We went in to several stores that we don't have in Florida, but didn't end up buying anything.
Tomorrow is on to Utica, Il and Starved Rock State Park and some wonderful hiking in the canyons of the park.
... business. It was very interesting to see and hear how our friends started the business. I know it would be a great place to work!
I have also been able to play some pickleball. I was having withdrawals and the people here are great in welcoming new players. You always meet the nicest people playing pickleball.
Suzanne has ...
While I remember - I must half been really tired when I posted two days ago as the car I have is not a Chevy but is indeed a Dodge Journey. Wanted to make that clear before the folks at a Dodge get all upset. Made an early start to beat the worst of the rush hour traffic and was on the road before 07:00. It still took almost 90 minutes to get into downtown although, to be fair, I didn't take the interstate as I wanted to see some of ...
... a whole day in Dublin. However, our spirits were not crushed. God is still good! After a long discussion with some inconsiderate people at American Airlines we got a voucher for 2 hotel rooms and free meals until our flight out tomorrow evening. When we checked into the hotel, a very nice agent named Sherece did her best to console us and said she would find us a nice room. While we ...
... his married daughter lives in. He explained that he used to have a dairy farm with about 50 cows (that took his wife and daughters approx. 45mins to hand-milk) while he tended to daily farm work. After the cows they changed to corn and alfalfa farming. The farm now lays dormant as his son-in-law works at the furniture factory, with a small portion used for the horses that are bred. When we entered the barn all the stalls were filled with Shetland ...