Lucy Maes Guest House
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... the river in Chester. The primary school is next to the water tower and is
built on a ridge overlooking the river. They would have a terrific view. Went down Riverview Boulevard. Only one in that street to have a view would be the owners of the large house at the end of the cul-de-sac.
The river road trail then heads inland to give views of the farm land on the flood plain of the Mississippi, Ohio and ...
... Pat’s sister, Cheryl, joined us in Mackinaw City and traveled with us until we reached Grand Haven halfway down the Lake. Pat and Cheryl spent a day on Mackinac Island, enjoying a carriage ride around the island, stopping at the Grand Hotel and visiting several shops along the main street. While we were at the Mackinaw City Marina, we enjoyed the company of several other Looper couples and met some Michigan residents who were docked next ...
... along a section of the famous Route 66, known as the 'Mother Road' or America's main road. We stopped for lunch at a famous old diner that supposedly invented and made the Corn Dog famous, which of course we sampled. Admittedly, it was better than the Dagwood Dog we have in Australia. After leaving Springfield we got back onto the freeway for a while before heading into the hills again to find the lodge at the Pere Marquette State Park. Located by a lake in lush surrounds near ...
... very overexcited when we realised they were at the motel! That was the last time we've them/their names in a guest book, so either they're really slow or they were heading in a different direction! Carrying on through Missouri, we headed towards Springfield (there's on in every state) and the Kansas border. There weren't many roadside attractions, apart from the worlds biggest rocking chair! Route 66 travels through Kansas for only 13 miles, but ...
... went quite well. I landed around 6:30 PM and was greeted by Robin and Jean Voigt. They brought there dog Taylor along whom I remember form Norway. Robin was our safari guide in Africa when we went in 2009. He has since moved around the world from Norway to New Jersey. It was very nice to catch up with Robin and Jean and I felt as if I was right at home.
Instead of pushing on to the great white north I decided to relax and go into NYC for the following day. ...