AmericInn Lodge & Suites Kewanee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... went to the farm in the afternoon.
Tenants are using the farm for making hay, raising chickens, a hog, some
goats and some baby ducks. They seem to take good care of the place and I hope they can continue to stay. We stopped at the Zearing Tavern about 1 mile west of our farm. Zearing has always had a population of about 40 people when the tavern is open and about 5 ...
... 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
... was right on the water but also had a lovely grassy backyard. We were joined by Sarah, Evan, Rebecca and Graham so had a house full of kids, lots of croquet, knitting, campfires and special places ( Treasure Island). On Saturday Sandra, Keith, Kate, Holly and Bear joined us for a rollicking BBQ and day of fun. On Sunday we headed back for one more night at Jimmy and Helen's where Daryl and Heather ...
Originally, I planned on riding 40 something miles. When I reached the halfway, I looked at my camping possibilities. There wasn't anything free for 80 miles, but I was feeling pretty good. I called the Henry police and asked them if I could camp in the park. The officer seemed really confused by this, like he'd never received a call from a cyclist before. The map I have specifically says to check with police first and provides a phone number. I googled it ...
We arrived in Kewanee earlier than we had planned, so we stopped for dinner, did some winter clothes shopping at a thrift store, and attempted to find wi-fi without having to stop at a McDonald’s again. The library, a BEAUTIFUL Carnegie building, had wi-fi but it was for folks who have library cards there, which didn’t work for me. But thankfully, once we talked to the sponsor contact, Jodi, we ...