Best Western Joliet Inn & Suites
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... Queen was in Joliet and the interesting Illinois & Michigan Canal, built to connect the Great Lakes to the Mississippi River and ultimately to the Gulf of Mexico by joining the Chicago and Illinois Rivers, all provided geocaching opportunities as well as interesting history. A Trader Joe's location nearby topped of a perfect visit!
Indiana, here we come!
... we went to check out The Bean, the main attraction of which is that you can photograph yourself with the skyline behind you! I needed a much warmer coat than the fashion coat I had on, so shopped at a Macey's sale and bought a down/feather bargain with hood for $127; a pair of leather gloves in Walgreen's were $12. Trusty fish-cat hat on my noggin and I was toasty!
Walking further into the city we found the House of Blues, but as there was only standing room this ...
So once I finally got out of Chicago I made my way south going through Bolingbrook and Romeoville and landing at Joliet. The old guy, Ben, at the tourist info centre was a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the route, definitely recommend having a chat to ...
... morning to pack it all "just right". I set the Garmin for Oneonta, New York, gave them both a hug and a kiss and sent them on their way.
My last reminder was that I need at least two pictures per day and a few detailed texts so that I can update you all. So lets hope my requests will be filled.
So, safe driving to Sean and prayers for my Riley to do her best, because that's all we have ever asked ...
... up for me in about 10 minutes.
So after this is all over my simple U joints I spent 75 dollars on and were going to install myself end up costing me nearly 800 in repairs.....but I am extremely lucky I think. BEcause I probably would have had a hell of a time isntalling those myself...and would have never known I needed new bearings. Plus this guy gave me all that great advice about my pitman arm ...