The Poor Farm Bed and Breakfast

Address: Poor Farm Road, Mount Carmel, Illinois, 62863, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on Poor Farm Road, Mount Carmel.
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Travel Blogs from Mount Carmel

Day 39 Brian's Awareness Tour

A travel blog entry by briansmith16 on May 09, 2014

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... roll when I got to Carlyle which was about 40 miles into my day. I maintained about a 25 mph speed all day which piles on miles fast. Every once in a while I would encounter a few hills which seemed to never go downhill on the back side. I rode into Flora which is about 85 miles from where I started. We ate pizza which was a good late lunch for me and took off again. 23 miles after Flora I got to a town called Olney and got ...

Flowers and trees and horses and wifi

A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on Apr 21, 2014

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... have an outing that everyone could go to. She said at one point, she looked over at one of the gentlemen in a wheelchair and he had tears streaming down his face as he smiled like a little kid while watching our show (which, of course, made her start crying also). Another man shook my hand on his way out and told me the show made him feel like a child again and he had the most wonderful time.

It’s supposed to rain tonight so the semis may move off the lot to make ...

The adventure of a life time (extended)

A travel blog entry by officialbamber on Jul 18, 2013

... Encephalitis vaccine and I decided not to go. The other day I was looking on the ISEP website and noticed that the Spring 2014 locations had opened up and immediately I started to wonder if there was a chance for me to go to UAE for the Spring 2014 semester. I went to the international office and told them I didn't want to go to Malaysia anymore and I was wondering if I could try to go ...

The Adventure Begins...

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Jun 09, 2013

3 comments, 6 photos

... cannot emphasize the size of this plane. My luggage had to be stowed in the wing, and other suitcases fit in the nose.

I was the only passenger.

As I climbed aboard the miniscule excuse for a commercial flight aircraft, Captain Trevor J. Rowe-- the only other living soul on the flight-- asked me if I wanted to sit up front in the copilot seat.

Um. Yes please.

Silently fangirling over being able to sit in the cockpit, I ...

Fairfield to Carmi

A travel blog entry by apairofpollys on Oct 26, 2012

4 comments, 6 photos

... ride to Cave-In-Rock doable the next day. Since we are riding on state highways during the day we don't get a lot of interaction with other people until we stop, nor with each other for that matter and that is why now after three days of riding like this, I concur with Larry's analogy: it's as if we're in solitary confinement! With two or three exceptions, all of the drivers that pass us leave a lot of room and are courteous until today when a truck from ...