Drury Inn Terre Haute
Travel Blogs from Terre Haute
... place and very popular. It was good to see his cousin again and get a ride in his Cadillac CTS-V. Rich was in hog heaven. Also, thank you John for the fresh baked bread. This KOA in Terre Haute is beautiful with large trees all ...
Drinking AM coffee, on our way to see the world's biggest windchimes in Casey, IL. Woke up at 6am and Nay was ready to roll 5 minutes later.
Drove 700 miles yesterday, were settled into the hotel --after supper out--by 7. Not much new to see yet. 13 dead deer roadside, 3x that many dead blown tractor trailer tires, the beginnings of flat and farm.
And one car in the ...
... where John did two performances for two different groups of school kids. It was his first time performing in a gymnasium and the program he had written worked well for a large room of noisy kids. Haha.
After that, we went back to the RV and relaxed for awhile. We weren't sure at that point what was going on in Oxford (and we weren't able to find a place near that town to stay overnight), so we opted for a drive to Lafayette, IN to stay in their Walmart's parking lot.
... that's what makes me the most nervous. Affording another roadside assistance anytime soon cannot be in the cards.
Today we head back to Paris, IL...John has a newspaper interview with the Paris Beacon and then has two school appearances in the afternoon. Not sure where we're staying tonight, but my guess is a parking lot. Can't keep spending the money to stay in RV parks, as lovely as they are!
Miles since 2-15 = 62.37
Total Miles so far = 895
Distance to Illinois = 16
Distance to the Pacific Ocean = 2189
Greetings from Brazil, Indiana. It's been a busy couple of weeks for running and I've been with the Fleet Feet (Pittsburgh) runners training for the PGH Half Marathon which is a mere two months away.
Virtually I'm in Brazil Indiana, not far from ...