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It was a pretty uneventful day; traveling through Ohio and Indiana isn’t too exciting. We stopped in Effingham, IL, which is about 100 miles east of St. Louis. We were able to get a “buddy site” at this campground and had a great dinner; BLTs and corn on the cob.
Mike is suffering with a bad back, probably a pinched nerve. We are hoping that a heat pad, some Advil and a good night’s sleep will remedy ...
... make out the curvature
of the earth you have to go to the eastern half of Illinois. The western side of
the state between the Illinois and Mississippi Rivers is a bit woodsier and
hillier, but eastern Illinois is pure monotonous corn monoculture that now supplies
America’s boondoggle ethanol additive industry.
The country east of Springfield is where Abraham Lincoln
spent most of his youth and young adulthood, still ...
... While laid up in Topeka I walked to Home Depot and got some JB Weld and made a stronger repair on my clutch lever. It broke before I got out of the parking lot . . . . No worries a little Gorilla tape put the clutch back in business.
I drove 350 miles before stopping for the night. I was now in striking distance of home . . . Just another 350 ...
... htm) The cafe was highlighted on the Food Network channel on the show "Best Pies Made With Eggs". Jeff and I shared a piece of their infamous lemon meringue. It was delicious and well worth the stop. As I am typing this post, we are driving west on I-70 towards Kansas City. Our plan is to drive to Manhattan, Kansas where we will spend the night. Then tomorrow we want to find the Manhattan cemetery where Jeff's grandmother was buried. I will post more tomorrow. Until ...
... highway. The sky towards St. Louis was clearly lighter in color. The ancient Greeks had a saying, "the more man plans the harder the gods laugh". How true. We are near Eolia NEand the gods' tears of laughter fell upon us. Pulling off to a side county road we scrambled to put on our rain gear. While dressing on the shoulder at least four drivers, including a local deputy sheriff, stopped to offer us assistance and informed us of a public park shelter ...