Elizabeth Inn Freeport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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So I graduated in May and I guess I just wasn't ready to become a adult yet. As long as I can remember I have always wanted to go to Africa. That is when I thought, why not do it now since I don t have anything holding me back. So after a summer of researching Africa and volunteer opportunities, I received a call from Frontier (a travel abroad company) on July 17th 2015 (while I was at country thunder). The phone call was basically a phone interview asking about my overall ...
... there we took it easy and went to Rockford, IL in two days, about 95km. We couldn't find a warmshower host so we turned to couchsurfing. The next day we cycled to White Pine Forest State Park (60km, 37 miles). We met up with cousin John and his friends. We stayed a couple nights, tubed down the Rock river, had lots of fun!
... in Dixon at 4:30 and I decided to continue onto Freeport IL for the night and ________ at a nice place across the street from the West End Motel. Before ________( can't mention) Dave Banker needed one more shirt for the trip and there was a Good Will a 1/2 block from the Motel. When we were walking to GW we noticed some old cars across the street at Tailor Made Autoworks LLC. So we went to investigate. This guy was working a 69 Z28, 54 Ford, 55 Chev Nomad, ...
... meal were brought to the table in separate serving bowls & we served ourselves, but there was little emphasis on being thankful. It was a good and enjoyable special meal though. Our next Thanksgiving was for the extended family of our North Carolina brother in law, Neil Craig. It was held at one of their local churches in Walnut Cove and about 36 of the family attended. It was a planned pot luck dinner and nothing was overlooked. Relatives who saw each other frequently ...
For years, we have hoped to introduce the kids to a drive-in theater before they completely disappear and we happened upon this theater in what appeared to us to be the middle of nowhere Wisconsin. We were about 2 hours early and decided to risk staying and see if the manager would let us come in with an RV. We checked it out and could certainly fit but many such places don't want any large vehicles for a myriad of reasons. Another issues ...