Days Inn Effingham
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Had simple breakfast.....yogurt and toast with coffee. Walmart was .6 of a mile from the campground....so we went there. Needed a thing that we could use to jump start the colorado...as it was dead.....also a battery charger. Also bought watere, olives, sympathy cards, etc.......267.03 BOW debit ...
... his work so we headed back to the campground. Sharan worked while I got the coals ready and started cooking dinner (chicken fricassee).
After dinner, I taught Sharan how to play several variations of rummy. I always get the different ones mixed up and have to quiz my friends on which version they play. After it got dark, we enjoyed the fire for a bit and I slept while he worked.
... pretty quickly.
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 ...
... are 300 gays in this small town on the prairie? The one
sight to see in Gays is the two-story outhouse in the center of town. I can’t
figure out how anyone would see the benefits of building a two-story outhouse,
but at risk of sounding like a character from the South Park show all I could
think was, “That is so Gay!”
En route to Lincoln’s boyhood cabin near Lerma I stopped at
a small cemetery behind ...
My tire arrived safely at the bike shop and I made it there with the bike without issue first thing in the morning. The shop was on a country road and when I got there there was nobody there . . . Hmm. A guy walked over from the house next door and it turned out he was the owner. He did not seem to be in a hurry or very helpful. He informed me his ...