Econo Lodge Princeton
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... wearing his Harley-Davidson jersey. There is also a Green Giant memorabilia museum in the area.
We know we are getting closer to home when we cross the Mississippi River. Now on the east side of the river we are on the home stretch.
Tomorrow we will visit our friends in Tinley Park for a relaxing day before the final push ...
... us all a lovely breakfast, Dave had loaded 2 of his bikes to show at the bike week show on to his trailer and was off early. He has a 1956 Triumph that was his first ever motorbike that he bought in 1958 his second bike was a 1985 BMW that he bought ...
We had a great day! We drove up to Mendota to see a steam
locomotive. It was displayed well and we got a picture to add to the train
album. From there we went to La Salle and had lunch. We had hoped to ride a
barge that was supposed be pulled by mules along the I and M canal; however;
there was so much flooding of the Illinois river that ...
... the house from
the van because they were advising people to get out of trailers and RV’s. The tornado tore through a mobile home park
north of LaMoille and destroyed many homes/trailers.
June 24, 2015
Had a wonderful day.
Played a little pickleball with Rhonda and Dan in the morning. My neice’s daughter Erin came over for lunch and ...
... many great locations along the way.
Dixon is on the Rock River and is also where Ronald Reagan grew up. The town has a nice set of trails along both sides of the river for bikes and walking. There is low dam on the river just upstream from downtown and I was surprised to see pelican's in the river just below the dam. Pelicans in central Illinois seem