Candlewood Suites Peoria at Grand Prairie
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... s ABSOLUTE favorite- chocolate marshmallow ripple! We ate too much but not all of it, (really, not all of it). A quick trip into the visitor center and off we go! Well with a few more stops... a big sailboat marina, one of the Mississippi River locks, a fantastic Buena Vista photo opportunity, the Nelson Creamery where we bought some cheese curds, (they squeak on our teeth) and dinner in Trempealeau. Not a lot according to a map, but a lot for trip ...
... on the walking trails
but lots of wildlife and birds and a chance to have a campfire again.
During the night the NWS was sending alerts to my phone warning of flash flooding and the Illinois and Sangammon rivers over flowing. It was a violent storm and I will have to cross the Sangammon tomorrow morning and hope to camp near the Illinois River tomorrow.
... hit the wind shield and I pull under the first bridge I can find, it’s raining and I know more is coming. Taking shelter at the very top of the bridge I watch the rain set in, my phone is almost dead and I have no service to look at the radar. The storm is moving fast as I watch semi after semi drench my motorcycle and my gear with each pass at 70 mph, only the occasional nice guy changes lanes. Suit up into my rain gear and hit the road, this will be ...
Hello all! I thought I would start writing before I leave on Friday. Thank goodness Caterpillar pays for our flights or else none of us could afford to visit Japan!
Emily and I are leaving out of Peoria at 7:30am and we arrive in Dallas/Ft. Worth around 10. Megan is flying in from Nashville and should meet us at the airport around 11. We leave at 12:15 from ...
... sculpture. Not only were they carefully constructed, but it was apparent that he had put a great deal of thought behind each one. What was especially beautiful about it was that each one was open to interpretation. I read that Sawaya didn't often name his structures because he wanted those who saw them to be able to make up their own conclusions about each piece. I thought it was amazing that he took such simple children toys and made them into something ...