Americas Best Value Inn - Decatur
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... Ramblers Texaco, Dwight, next to Old Route 66 Family Restaurant), restaurants and museums, the best being in the gorgeous town on Pontiac. This town didnt even have R66 originally run through it, but they town has embraced the excitement of the old road, provides the museum free of charge and around the lovely town centre they have R66 murals and artifacts for all to enjoy. We had a great time looking around the ...
We spent last night in Lincoln. It is halfway between our last stop outside St. Louis, and Chicago.
After we left Collinsville, we took a detour to Alton, a town on the Missip where there are locks for river boats.
We spent about an hour watching a barge towing one barge 3 boats wide up the river a tad, then another came into the lock. Once the water level had risen, the gates opened ...
... local Amish businesses. They are very well known for their wooden hand crafted furniture. There is also one if the largest garage door manufacturers in town which originally was started by one Amish man. We were taken by the school and told there was about 30 students across grades 1 to 8 with two teachers and a teacher aide or two. Children do not go to school after grade 8. Some Amish children are home schooled and others are sent to the local ...
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 ...