Fairfield Inn Clarksville
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... state and county roads across Illinois. They were quiet peaceful farm roads with little traffic. Lots of hills and a few curves. Had a nice visit with my sister and her family. The pictures from Chester and the Popeye statues are in Facebook. Tomorrow on to visit with my Dad in Benld IL for a couple of days and then on to ...
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Once there, it is easy to locate. The parking lot is very nice with plenty of room. There is a visitors center but it doesn't open until 1pm on Sundays so we just walked around the park. There was lots of signs to read and check out. There is also ...
... She always goes for the hotter side of the flavoring...so I never touch hers...too hot for this old mama...she also never orders any ranch or bleu cheese dipping sauces..she just eats them HOT..and HOTTER the BETTER is her motto...ugh...her stomach is strong.
... to none at this point. Procrastination is not something in which I usually partake, but I suppose realizing I am leaving is what has kept me from doing too much in preparation for the journey.
I will not comment too much on my last day at WCHS, as it was hard enough leaving, but I will simply look forward to Germany and know teaching and learning never ends.
... is run by the army corps of engineers and this morning the park ranger came by and said they were closing down the campground as of noon because of the government shut down. We packed up quickly and moved out, along with about 230 other campers. People were not happy to say the least.
We took off down the road towards Nashville to find a place to stop for a couple of days with full hookup so we could do some laundry. We found a place ...
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