Econo Lodge Rockville
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... picture of one of the behemoth barge and tow combinations that travels up and down the river. And, incidentally, we've been pretty much following the old historic Route 66 for weeks -- at least until it turned north in Illinois towards Chicago and we continued on east. We are staying in a beautiful big state recreation area -- big wooded sites, a good-sized inland lake, and many ...
... over ten years ago. A lovely memory of my beautiful Dad nevertheless.
We crossed the Ohio River via a lovely industrial iron bridge.
Roy Hargreaves – Family CD 1995 (hip fellow plays the trumpet, respected in jazz circles based in New York)
The Million Dollar Quartet (during the afternoon of Tuesday, 4 December 1956, the world's first superstar jam session took place and the Million Dollar Quartet was born. Elvis Presley, ...
... at a Thousand Trails Campground called Horseshoe Lakes. Nice enough place. We had a great spot tucked in the woods with no one on either side.
A nice quiet spot to stay for a few days.
Steve and Kim
... we won't have an air conditioner, we will have lights and hot and cold water supplies. So with that in mind, at 9:30PM, we pulled into the rest area near Crawfordsville, IN. The temperature into the Midwest was in the high 80's during the day. It was 81 degrees when we pulled into the rest area. While I thought I had prepared for this, I found that the RV was quite hot. We have a portable fan, but unfortunately I didn't check to ...
The drive through Indiana was okay until we hit Indianapolis. Then the road went for a dump. They really need to do some road repair! Indiana is basically flat farm land with trees. It is pretty but can be a little boring. That is probably not fair to say, since the farmers here probably feed half of the east coast. It is a pretty uneventful drive and I get some of my knitting done. The boys are quite happy sleeping on my new chair! We took out one of the couches ...