Best Western Joliet Inn & Suites
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... interstate was bumper to bumper and mostly, we deduced, because of road closures for the marathon. Not only bumper to bumper, but stop start. But then, once we hit Route 66, this was definitely not because of huge road closures but obviously normal busy traffic. It was a nightmare. Several times we both commented "get me outta here" and contrasted this with the serenity of where we have been in Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee. ...
... storms to the north were just passing through. I downloaded an app for my phone ($2.99) Weatherbug Elite that works great to identify the current weather in you area based on GPS location, any current watches or warnings, and also gives a very detailed weather radar map. Again, very helpful if you are trying to avoid bad weather during driving times.
The drive was better ...
... what I feel so I can move through it and enjoy my time here, simultaneously. On paper what has happened is, after all, a '1st World' problem. After a few drinks along the way home we packed up and tidied up ready for the following day, when we hit the road.
Long story short, we drove out of Chicago quite late; it took Rich a bit of organising to pick up the car from the airport, where they did not have the car we'd payed for and forced us ...
... at home" but also "don't pet Cody (their 12 year old deaf dog), He doesn't have any teeth but if he bites you it'll hurt!" Jess also told us there was plenty of room to park the Odyssey rig in the driveway or at the church next door (notice a theme here?)
"Don't plan anything for dinner because my Aunt Kym (Hanrahan) is bringing pizza for all." Talk about a ...
... a washer/dryer in the back I think we could live there permanently with no noticeable change in our quality of life. That said, packing still required making sure we had the pots/pans, silverware, dishes, camp chairs, groceries, games, bug spray, towels, sheets, and everything else you need to "survive in the wilderness."
So while trying to contain the chaos that is VBS I also was working with Tim to load the camper ...