The Inn at Irish Hollow
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... for years. It is 2 floors of tractors. Kevin’s version of heaven. Across the street from the museum is an Antique Plaza. Kevin’s second version of heaven. There is one tractor he has been looking for ever since he saw it for the first and only time in 1990 in Washington. Amazingly, he found it here and now he is the proud owner of the “Field of Dreams” 1/16 scale special edition John Deere. ...
... and built four kilns which were used to produce lime from the quarries near by. Lime mortar was used for building foundations until 1920 when Portland cement became popular.
We continued on our way to the world's largest truck stop. Several years ago we passed by this place going east and didn't know what it was, this time we stopped. It is a very large place with lots of eating places, different types of stores and even ...
... a week, for the next 12 weeks, then on paper, I would be able to acquire enough money in time!
Rules: -If I was going to properly execute this plan I would need a few rules for myself to ensure success.
#1) Cut out ALL excess spending. (Yes Andrew, ALL of it)
- No alcohol -Easier than you'd think with the social life of someone working 60 hour weeks.
- No eating out
- No shopping
- No ...
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We are in the Central Standard time zone and got up early today. Bill had a doctor’s appointment this morning so we are heading to Galena, IL for a look see with Linda after breakfast. Linda prepared a great breakfast for us and we are now ready to go.
Bill and Linda grew up in Apple River and know everything about everything about the area. We ...
... hold for the weekend.
In Indiana and then Illinois, the highway tolls start to help pay for roads or maybe to line someone’s pockets. Not sure but $ 1.50 turns into $ 2.25 when you are pulling a car. You pay one and a few miles down the road there is another one. After 3 such events the last is $ 3.60 or really $ 5.25. Once west of Chicago we headed north on 294 toward Rockford. We are now in farm or corn country. "Amber ...