Best Western Indian Oak
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... out of bed, dressed, took Lacey for a quick walk and then fed her. I poured a bowl of Total, took a bite and gagged. Guess I should have checked the expiration date on the milk carton. Gave up, grabbed my camera, in my haste almost forgetting the battery that had spent the night on the charger, and headed out. A number of the cars had already exited the parking lots around the Motel 6, ...
... got were outstanding. I had a Baltic porter called Topless Wytch, an imperial IPA called Arctic Panzer Wolf, another imperial IPA called Rye'd da Tiger, a saison called Zes Zes Zes, and a pale ale called Alpha King. The high ratings on ratebeer.com are well deserved. If you ever find yourself driving on I-80 east of Chicago, I'd highly recommend a stop at Three Floyd's. ...
... running down the dunes, swimming in the lake, playing frisbee on the sand,
being mocked for my silly Australian slang & habits, & of course, watching the amazing sunset over the water.
Valerie, the girl I'm going to be caring for this year, sat on the sand & played with her mermaid barbies,
(along with all the awesome Disney gifts I got her) & complimented me on how well my English is. ...
... had cheaper camping. So he told me how to get to both and then I could decide! Nice guy! Perhaps the tourist information place was being run by the state so they had a vested interest in sending me to the state park.
So after stopping at the outlet mall and the city library to write a quick email to my parents, I went off on the road towards Indiana Dunes. The drive was nice, and I easily found the National Park Campsite. It was a decent price, ...
... Hawkswood has been in storage "on the hard" since September 2008. When we left her, we expected to be back at the end of November but those reading who know us know the direction in which the subsequent storyline leads: the decision to leave a job, a plane crash, surgery and recovery, and a total change in plans due to a nudge in life's priorities.
So here we are, back from the last six months in Ecuador where we now live, ...