DoubleTree by Hilton Libertyville - Mundelein
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... for freezing, but I forgot how much prep time it took. Cleaning and chopping the, garlic, zucchini, tomatoes, and 1.5 lbs of mushrooms took me 1.5 hours. Oh, and I thought it would be good to weed and mulch the front beds before we left.
The morning of our departure, the forecast predicted bad storms. To miss the storms and rush hour, we left at 11 AM. As usual, traffic on I-80 between Illinois border and up ...
... life: medications, ear plugs, CPAP machines. Also, we knew we wouldn’t be able to shop for things we forgot, so there was the pressure of checking and double-checking three different packing lists. Finally, we knew that we’d most likely be living out of the suitcase, so we worried about how the suitcase was packed for accessibility.
We passed the first two criteria. We had packed everything we needed. We failed totally ...
Sooo, here's to another long trans-continental flight. We leave Chicago on Monday, July 21st at 10:15pm and arrive in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania on Wednesday, July 23rd at 1:10am (thank you international date line). It's almost all in-the-air time, as we only have a one hour lay-over in Istanbul, Turkey. Can you say "run through the airport!" The flight leg from Chicago to Istanbul is 11 hours (hopefully we'll be asleep ...
... the rain clouds. This was the one main tourist attraction we wanted to do, so it was a shame we couldn't go up and experience their glass floor! In the afternoon, we went to Navy Pier, which stretches out onto Lake Michigan. We were again confronted with a place like Blackpool, only this time it was absolutely deserted! I think they must have a lot of things going in in summer and winter, but autumn is clearly not that important. ...
... It brought back fond memories. My first car was a 1967 Camero Rally Sport – so much fun to drive. Other vintage cars: a beautiful metallic-rust colored 1957 T-bird and a dark navy Firebird with T-tops. Oh, and not-so-classic was the navy sports car with a "Moshpit" license plate. To top if off, we passed CountryClassicCars.com with dozens of amazing vintage cars lined up by the