Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... pump 3500 gallons a minute. a tanker that holds 2500 gallons of water and a further 1000 allons of foam, the water is equal to 5 CFA trucks alone.... Bill Offerman, the chief, was great, an Iron butt rider and full of great stories.
On to my last stop before the hotel, Pontiac Station, Pontiac if full of Murals and the station doors are no exception. was lucky to ctch a few of the crew and have a short chat, busy people too, and of to find my ...
... glass exhibit. Libby Glass is based around Toledo and had made significant donations to the museum. We went to that exhibition first. They were doing some glass-blowing when we got there. The formal talk was over, but some of the glass-blowers took the time to discuss what they were doing.
We walked through as much of the museum as we could before ...
I was reading through some other travel blogs for Yellowstone so I could figure out if my itinerary looks ok. I found a travel blog for a lady about my age who also took her mom to Yellowstone. Perfect!
The awesome news is, she visited a lot of the same places I plan to visit, so I was able to get a sense for the timing, and it confirmed what I've read ...
Left Greenwood and headed north through Indianapolis towards Chicago. I'd made the decision to revisit some of Friday's route as I'd not been able to do it justice due to tiredness. Left I-65 just 75 miles from Chicago and headed west to rejoin Route 66 at Dwight. Took a look at downtown Dwight as an early alignment of the route had gone through the town whereas it now skirts the edge of town. It was very quiet with businesses closed due to Memorial Day but ...
... in contact with the infamous Christmas letter, but now we are going on this Panama Canal adventure together, and it begins today in Bloomington, IL. Rick was career Air Force, and he and his wife, Cheryl, have retired at their last duty station of Eglin Air Force Base in Fort Walton Beach, FL. ...