Best Western Paradise Inn
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... not imagine being here in the winter, it would be a cold campus. There were a lot of parents and students getting tours. So we listened in and ended up touching the nose of Lincoln for good luck.
We went in to several stores that we don't have in Florida, but didn't end up buying anything.
Tomorrow is on to Utica, Il and Starved Rock State Park and some wonderful hiking in the canyons of the park.
... a class at the YMCA. This is the nicest YMCA we have ever seen and was loaded with people and families!!
We have been on the road 3 weeks today and are looking forward to moving on to Starved Rock State Park and getting some hiking in.
Hope all our friends are staying well and enjoying life. Always remember LIFE is GOOD!!
... if there was scaffolding there today and harks back to the very beginning as the theatre was built the same year as the road was incorporated - 1926. Gardner is a good example of what the interstates did to many of the Route 66 towns as half the buildings on its Main Street are empty and neglected. Next stop was to eat at the Old Route 66 Family Restaurant in Dwight where I had fried Catfish. Dwight also boasts a restored 1933 gas ...
... sent a text to update the family on our situation. Grammie replied that when something is taken away, God replaces it with something better. She messaged us to hang in there because our blessing was on the way. Right after her text came through, Sherece came back and informed us that she had upgraded us to a VIP suite!! She also gave us free appetizers at the bar, and had our choice ...
... and after pleasantries we got in our car for a drive. He welcomed questions and we asked whatever came to mind. He confirmed that electricity was not allowed, and that they called us "English". There is also a distinction made with the Mennonites, which are Amish which have adopted modern conveniences. As Marvin guided us around town he pointed out Amish, Mennonite and English farms. We were also shown the community hall, the cemetery and some ...