BEST WESTERN Ashland House & Conference Center
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We didn't make a ton of progress on the map yesterday, but did a lot. I took the Mini in to get the oil changed and purchased some roof rack crossbars so we could go to REI and get a cargo box. It remains debatable whether we needed it or not, but it looks awesome!! A quick stop at the Mall Of America, lunch at an Italian place, Tucci Benucch, (I needed some lasagna!) Off we go! Well, for a little while, then we saw an antique store where I needed to look for ...
... in several places where I crossed the river to take R26 south to Sand Ridge State Forest a little south of Pekin. Surprised to find a pine forest and sand dunes in Illinois but this place has them both. The nicest primitive (no hookup) campsites that I have seen on the trip. Nice soft pine needle floor and well shaded sites.
Just some pit toilets and quite a ...
It is travel home day. We packed and then had a relaxing breakfast at Junior's. We left the hotel around 11:30 am. Bad weather caused flight delays. We finally boarded, sat, deboarded, and repeated the whole process once again. Take off was not 2:09 pm but around 6 pm (the last flight out of LaGuardia to Chicago for the day). Flooding at O'Hare caused major cancellation. Fortunately, one of our fellow travelers was a driver ...
... seems pretty logical to follow the Oregon Trail as much as possible. Independence, MO was the jumping off place for several trails west, so that is where this trip will officially begin. We sign up for the trip and are put on the list to receive info from AAA when the route is finalized.
Plans slowly begin to formulate as to where we're going to stay while we're out there, how long are we going to stay, what we want to see, etc. We've always wanted to spend ...
... MGBs around. It moved with us to Minnesota and then, a couple years later, down to Texas. Maggie loved being in Texas and spent several years there without ever putting up the top.
When we started thinking about a cross-country trip to Oregon we questioned whether a little 2-seat roadster would be the ideal choice. The other option would be the hatchback coupe variant called an MGB GT. After talking with many MG owners it was ...