Extended Stay America - Rockford - State Street
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... IL, about 30 minutes NW of Chicago. Not too close but cheap enough. Our stay will cost us $38.00 for 2 days. The RV park is called Paradise Camping Resort. It advertised a tropical oasis restaurant and bar. When we checked in, Ted saw the tropical oasis restaurant and bar and found a typical midwestern cafe with an 8 year kid doing his homework. He looked kind of tropical. All the lane names in the park are tropical destinations like Aruba, Bahama, Key ...
... but weren't able to come back for a reception until now. Her theme was rainbows and it was a wonderful party.
AND for the first time in history, all The Girlfriends AND their husbands were together in the same room.
I read a quote once that said something like this.....Every friendship begins small. In most cases I would tend to agree with that statement but in this instance that doesn't seem to be the case.
We arrived in Roscoe, Illinois late Wednesday afternoon at the home of Cyn and Mike who happen to be Patti's best friends. Patti grew up in Roscoe and has remained close friends with Cyn (short for Cynthia) for more years than ...
Spent the day today here in camp. Cooking, cleaning and watching a double header on tv. We had another HUGE storm again tonight. Two nights in a row there have been tornado warnings here and they had to take everyone from the tent sites and have them sit in the basement of the camp office. We watched it for hours. Storms here are definitely not like the ones we have in California. Tomorrow we head for Indiana!!! Look out cousins, here we ...
... her FREE in Colorado (my mission)!! The cursive string that makes B = Barbara. As a whole it’s also a reminder of the calling that I felt to make this whole trip happen and the true meaning of life. The red shading probably hurt the worst…like someone scratching a bad sunburn! As I laid on the table, all I could tell myself was…if mom could endure all the pain and trauma with cancer (chemo/radiation, etc) and a ...