Decatur Conference Center and Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to a garage to get some oil - but no 20w/50w synthetic - but I was desperate - I would need to put some lubricant - so bought some 15w/40w to put in - thinking I can replace it tomorrow when I can get to a Harley dealer.
Well - guess what - the oil went into the filler at the top and came straight out of the bottom of the transmission creating a an unseemly puddle under the bike. The transmission plug was missing!! Obviously ...
... would of stayed another night, In no time at all we were finishing our second drink and felt the need for food, we were recommended a place just across the street where we treated ourselves to a steak. Saturday 4th July
... on the campground property - it went out about a mile, then you turn around and come back (no thanks). Or she said we could go up the road to the dam and there was a trail called the General Dacy Trail. I wanted to see the dam anyway, so that sounded good.
We followed the path back to our campsite - the park was mostly filled up with seasonal RVs and there were a lot of families around. So ...
... named (hypenated town). Driving past a few more towns, Shirley, Funks Grove (famously make Mapel Sirup (how it is spelt), then McLean and a quick stop in Atlanta, where we saw the second giant of the trio on this trip, The Bunyan Giant, brother to Gemini Giant. Atlanta was a lovely small town, with R66 signs, a park and a few shops dedicated to this famous old road. The kids were tired and wanted to find the nearest ...
We spent last night in Lincoln. It is halfway between our last stop outside St. Louis, and Chicago.
After we left Collinsville, we took a detour to Alton, a town on the Missip where there are locks for river boats.
We spent about an hour watching a barge towing one barge 3 boats wide up the river a tad, then another came into the lock. Once the water level had risen, the gates opened ...