Americas Best Value Inn - Decatur
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... allow the passage of the boat.
We then realised this would be the last glimpse of the Missip that we'd been following for over a week. Now it's onto huge lakes as we go towards Chicago .
Today we caught up with an old friend I'd volunteered with in Melbourne 4 years ago. Gee it was neat to see her again.
We chatted a couple of hrs or so, then off towards the Windy City ...
... photos inside. The large group has come up from the YMCA in St Louis and appeared to be a bus of retirees. The lady sitting next to me had a daughter who lived in Melbourne. Our meal consisted of diced salad with crumbled corn chips with our choice of ranch, applesauce or sweet onion dressing. This was accompanied by hand made bread. Following this was the main course with mashed potatoes and gravy, meatballs with sweet-chilli sauce, green ...
Happy birthday to my love and my favorite clown, John! We celebrated after the show with wine, junk food, and four episodes of "Girls". A very lovely day which would have only been lovelier if we could have spent it with friends and family back home. But everyone sent John wonderful birthday greetings throughout the entire day, so I know we weren't far from people's thoughts. :)
... it was off to Sarah and Marvins home for an Amish brunch and a close up look at a couple of buggies.
Filled to overflowing we climbed back onto the bus and headed to Beachys Grocery Store...no fabric here but still worth a look at an interesting selection of food and household items.
Next stop was a little quilt shop called Melrose Quilts & Sewforth. Not much ...
... s birth town. We parked along the river and walked through a small park with a statue of young Samuel Clemens. Not too far was another statue of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn. There was a lighthouse on a hill behind them, so of course we had to climb up to it. It was a nice view of the river and town and a good chance to move our legs, which were stiff from sitting so long. We finished our visit with a walk by Mark Twain's childhood home and his ...