Comfort Inn Willow Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... turkey, some minks and a river otter.
About 4:00 we return for our final attempt to trick the fish onto our bait. Our spot is taken again so we don't have much luck til they leave. We see trout everywhere but they only seem to bite in a small area. We finish about 7:00 with the following totals: Kathleen 9 trout, Ron 14, and Ray 21. Actually we had to quit because the cooler ...
... down. "Just remember you're training" puffs David. It is rather like having to do one and a half Forest of Dean Classic Sportifs for 5 days in a row. Up, down. Up down. Up down. It's relentless for 102 miles. Day one done. 4 days to go.
Have you become a Phantom Rider yet?
Early start to our day about 9am off to Houston, MO about 62 miles.....My legs just never want to pedal today for some reason, I haven't felt like this yet on the trip.....and hope it doesn't continue.
We had a slight head wind not to bad and kept us cool so that was good. We are starting to see other cyclists going the opposite direction. Our first one was from Australia Alasdair Sinclair he was by himself and ...
Seriously folks, if I am going to be at Glacier National Park for 7 days without access to a shower or electricity, you better believe that I will at least have clean underwear, dammit.
God, I love my Mommala!! That woman has everything I would need for a voyage across the country and she has all the knowledge I would need to survive, ...
Only one day in and I decided 10.5 hours is much too long to be driving in one stretch, especially if the scenery is flat and boring like southern Illinois. Sorry all you Southern Illinois lovers out there, but it IS kinda boring.
I guess I shouldn't judge so harshly; it does have a certain quiet charm about it. The never ending farm fields in various stages of harvesting, the lone red barn on the top of a small hill, the occasional outcropping of green ...