Extended Stay America - Chicago - Gurnee
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... hitting the western suburbs along the Fox River just in time for the end of rush hour. We sat in I-88 traffic and then got really stuck near the River Road toll plaza on I-90. It was a bit annoying to delay our return when we were only 2 miles away. We came home and found the pumpkins had taken over a quarter if the yard and that the sunflowers were ten times as tall as when when we left. There were some monster zucchinis in the yard as well. It will take some time to clear the ...
Despite the cab not coming on time I arrived to find the flight delayed anyway. The security guard at the gate wanted to talk soccer (he was a "Munchester" fan) and at least he'd heard of QPR. I had an early lunch and waited... ... Only to find the flights had been rescheduled and changed to a different gate. Having had to swallow the exorbitant charge for my luggage I was loathed to buy lunch on board (who are United Airlines - Ryanair?) I read my book, snoozed and admired the ...
... never to the desolate West. She has camped and canoed, but she is older now and will get bored and upset. When Andrew was a baby, we traveled this same way; but slowly and with a sense of flexibility and humor. She is going to learn a lot and will come back ragged and smarter. I have seen it in my son these past 5 years. We packed the van very differently than in the past. We are doing some experiments in packing. We have bags to gather ...
... If you look to your left and right and see two Illinois governors, why should you worry?"
I trucked it home. The sun went down as we passed the legendary truck stop Mecca of Litchfield. We rode through Springfield and Lincoln and Bloomington and Pontiac. Strangely, we saw the cheapest gas of the entire trip in our own state at Dwight. ($3.19)
Soon the smell and lights of Chicago surrounded us. We were back home paying tolls automatically, displaying our ...
There is excitement in the air as the team from Evanston Bible Fellowship prepares for our mission trip to Kisumu, Kenya through Christ's Hope International.
Right now we are getting to know each other, sending out our support letters, and preparing for travel in August. The least anticipated part is getting all of the vaccinations for going to the region!
A bit about our team: Jerry is our fearless leader, Karen is a trained ...