Americas Best Value Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... also. The lake is a popular fishing spot but not this week due to all the rain. I had the lake to myself and one fisherman on a pier.
After all the exercise I decided to take a shower since Seaman is starting to like the smell of me. It was a good idea since I found 3 ticks on me. I gave Seaman a bath also but I couldn't find any ticks on him which made me wonder if I smelled worse than him.
... we're heading too, in front of Lisa's antiques & collectables Mall. We search around looking for something small, we surveyed several times, because of the rain and puddles we nearly missed it altogether. Andy's delving fingers located a suspect object in some sodden grass around an old rusty bison pipe, (gotta get stuck in there if serious about this geo-geek hobby) !! Marked down in history again on another roll of paper, along this 66 trail, i today put it back in to ...
... we could now drive to Carlinville, to pump up a tyre. Initially I was going to take my first drive, but chickened out as we set off. Just as well we then had our own 'Duel' moment with the big monster truck chasing you down the road, gaining on you and fast up your butt in a 55 limit. So after a Quick getaway and pit stop for air for the car. We went on to refuel with a corn dog from IGA before we set off again heading to Jay's. Nope defo not our ...
... cracked up like a couple of loons had we. We then had a smashing face time session with our beautiful nieces at home. Their cheery little faces greeting us was such a cute pleasure. Phoebe & floss both full of chatter and suitable silly antics to entertain uncle silly Andrew & Aunty Jojo in America. Phoebe trying to get her head around were not in Australia with Poppy, whilst Floss stealth like swoops into the freezer for a chock ice, unknowingly in full ...
... banging on his door. I went to open it and let him out, I was amazed to be greeted with a beautiful huge smile from him as he handed me his dummy. No shyness at all today, which was a major breakthrough as no warm up time needed. Then it was Jasper's turn to wake with cheery gurgles, so I fetched him up too & was met with another gorgeous grin. There wasn't too much time to hang about for us, the school was only a 10 minute walk away and it was now 2.45pm. ...