Red Roof Inn Bloomington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to the Taj Mahal (Oh, and maybe a little bit of shopping in there too). Most importantly I hope to make an impact on the individuals around me and spread the love of Christ that has so abundantly been bestowed upon me. I Corinthians 9: 22-23 Stay tuned for pictures and entries as I embark on such an amazing opportunity (in less than 15 ...
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Well, the day dawned bringht and early and off we went to see what the super slab would bring. Drvivng thru the midwest is kind of, well truth be told, boring. There is miles and miles of farm fields, some harvested, some not. Crusing along at a top speed (for me anywho) of 62 MPH, ya get to see lots of stuff. I saw corn, beans, weeds, dirt, culverts, windmills that don't work anymore, barbwire, cows, horses, pigs, birds, squirrels, ...
Ten days after arriving home from our Route 66 trip west we traveled the next leg of the trip from Joliet back to Bloomington. We traveled by train to Joliet to meet Erin and Annie. Because the heat index was to be 104 degrees we opted to not drive in to Chicago and follow Route 66 south instead. Our first stop was in Joliet at the Rich and Creamy ice cream shop where you can find "the ...
... I went through the museum. That's when I got the shock of my life. Ever hear of Leslie Lynch King, Jr.? Well me neither until today. Gerald R. Ford was born Leslie Lynch King Jr. on July 14, 1913. How did I not know that? Shortly thereafter, his mother divorced Leslie Lynch King Sr. and moved to Grand Rapids, Michigan to begin a new life. She later married Gerald R. Ford Sr. and soon the couple began calling the boy Gerald R. Ford ...