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... done now onto the State of Indiana (Lincoln’s boyhood home) and over the bridge of the River of Ohio on state highway 41 north. Past the Ellis Park race street. "Thanks to Dawn for the blog details and there will be no hitting of the driver."
Bill was the first of us to see the route 66 sign on the highway.
Crossed the White River or Wabash River and drove into Terre Haute to the Quality Inn.
Bill and Neil walked along the river.
Good morning we are on the road again. first stop of the day and last stop in Terre Haute the Irishman Covered Bridge built in 1845.It was moved to Fowler Park in 1971 to preserve it. We picked up some Photo Bombers in Effingham at the Corvette Museum. The three pigs Effie, Effel, ...
... came for a much needed shower in the morning, all the water was gone.
So much for the shower. We headed out of the Walmart parking lot at 7:00am and headed out towards Iowa City - about 250 miles away. So we successfully boondoggled but there were a few screw-ups on my part that I will have to correct.
Attached is a picture of the Core Pulverizor in front of Walmart.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
... in your own bed, drive at your own pace, stay in some really beautiful parks and do it all in comfort. I have indoor plumbing (no bathtub, Christine), frig, stove, TV and a king size bed. What more could a girl want? Driving is nice because you are higher up and can see for miles around. I can get up and grab a drink from the frig or make a sandwich for my driver!
Today we arrive at our park during the daylight. So the boys get to go out and have a ...
... and one within the last 4 miles. We also had a lot of road/gravel road walking again today. We actually road walk a little too much near the end because the road we needed was not blazed, map marker #22. From map marker #22 to #23 there is zero blazes. We stopped only once while we were on US 46, not the safest walk or stopping point. We did notice a couple of places ...