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... remained wide open and alert for the remainder of the drive home. Around 1:30 a.m. we reached Jessica’s house. Our zombie bodies emptied the car and I can guarantee she slept straight through the next few days. My destination was my mom’s house a few miles down the road where I was greeted by the dogs excited for my return. I curled up on the couch, caught up on the episode of Duck Dynasty I missed from the night before, and ...
... Finally after searching the entire great kingdom for a gas station we crept by a tiny store with tanks out front. The store was run down and looked closed except for a stout sweaty farmer in denim bibs in front of one of the tanks filling up his tractor. I pulled through to make sure the public was invited to use this gas station. The eeriness of the environment gave me the heebie jeebies, nonetheless it appeared to be our last option. Luckily the tanks accepted my debit card ...
... really enjoyed this beautiful day.
We have been lucky with the weather as the last 2 days were to have rain but as usual the weatherman was wrong. Tomorrow is our last day here and we are going walk around the old town of Utica and do some shopping. We have found a great ice cream shop and have visited it twice. I had a Boston shake today, a milkshake with a hot fudge sundae on top . Boy was it good!!
... rise to the name "Starved Rock."
We hiked over 5 miles on Monday and really enjoyed our time out in the canyons. It was the first time Suzanne and I had hiked that far in a while and were both a little tired. But it is really nice to get out in nature!!
The campground is nice with a lot of campers stopping over just for the night. They don't know what they are missing by not taking the time to see the state parks in the area.
... We drove off to the Brickyard Mall where we arranged for wireless/cell phone service thru T-Mobile and picked up groceries at Jewel Osco (weird name, but just like a Costco). You would NOT believe the booze prices. A 60-pounder of Smirnoff was $17.99 (read that Aiden). We popped into Starbucks, had our coffees and figured out how far we should drive on day one. We went with a sound plan of a short distance and have arrived at ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center