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June 29 and 30, 2015
Continued to follow the Illinois River south. I went through Jacksonville IL which is a
historic town with a number of citizens who were close friends with
Lincoln. Lincoln visited the town on several occasions and gave one of most famous anti-slavery speeches here. Jacksonville is also home to Illinois College
which was one of the first colleges founded in ...
... place. We then strolled over to the antiques mall to have a mooch. It was deceiving from outside, it was huge within. We were greeted inside at the desk by an elderly gentleman, informing we only need to ask for his assistance, as soon as he heard our accents he asked us to sign his guest book. After introductions & accent appreciation we continued having a gander at the toot and odds & sods. It was fun root'n around looking for those star items to pop up & we sure ...
... food scored high but taste & texture very low. A once in a lifetime attempt ! As we set back on the Route 66 back to Jay's, we stopped by a funny old style Tobacco Row store, within a house - so we went in to have a look at the funny set up, room set aside, log cabin full of tobacco, cigars, papers, pipe & chewing tobaccos. Anyways, it was decided that I would take my first American drive on the opposite side, down the rest of the Route 66 ...
... us, in the background. Great to get a proper catch up with news from the home front by Hay. It was lovely to invite them in to our holiday home. When Bebe saw how big our bed was, she was wide eyed & with a "WOW". Driving to Walmart to get supplies felt a familiar run, on the Route 66. we wandered about with a basket each, for booze and munchies to take back home. Trying our luck with Carlinville walmarts, to see if we can get our amber nectar for our Route 66 ...
... was at 3pm and we had made it just before, so was there in time. Just as well, as Zoey was one of the first out - checking thru the glass as she hurriedly made her way to the door. She spotted us and we could see from where we were her excited happy face as she ran down the path to us for a big hug. Full of chatter, she called over one of the teachers on duty to introduce us proudly as her English aunt & uncle. They just loved our accent, so chatted with us a ...