BEST WESTERN Prairie Inn & Conference Center
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... time I'll cross it for this trip. Could this be the Great Lakes wind? If so, I'm going to be fighting it for several hundred more miles. I was shooting for Orion originally. I called the campground up there to make sure they had spots. $25 for a tent site. Arghhh! I just couldn't justify it. I went to the library in Sherrard and looked up a satellite view of town. I spotted a church on the outskirts with a big back yard. It also had a 7-eleven nearby, so I decided to hang ...
Made it to Knoxville, which was an unbelievable drive on the motorways...minus 40 degrees outside, which I think is about 23 below zero New Zealand speak! Matts moms house is surrounded by snow and it is bitterly cold outside.....really really cold!!! Went down to the store a little while ago...its a really small place, so not a lot to do apart from stay inside and keep warm. Its been great to have Matts family together. Tonya stayed with the kids ...
... so much space between us it was like we had our own beds. Dumped our beds and went out to find some dinner, we found the fanciest place in town from the looks of it. That was probably the most expensive dinner we had yet in America. However it was good food and good service, we spend some time talking to the locals about where to go and what to do. They suggested a few extra things on what we already had. We went back to plan out the ...
Driving into Bushnell was wildly nostalgic for us...we used to drive here every summer for a music festival that John's old band played. The festival was a week long, on a pig farm out of town, and brought in thousands upon thousands of people. My last festival was in 2004, John's was 2005, and the festival folded just a year or two ago after a long run.
That being said, I didn't recognize a lot of the downtown...haha. I ...
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 ...