Fairfield Inn Princeton
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... to 3. The memorial itself was designed by Frederick Law Olmstead and quite impressive.
But not as impressive as discovering Christmas -- well, technically, Santa Claus -- in Indiana. The man is quite the entrepreneur -- Santa Claus Hardware, Santa Claus Post Office, Santa's Candy Castle, Santa's Stables -- he's got it all. Patty lost herself in Santa's Christmas Store while Hokie Gnome had some quality ...
... to head up to Rough River State park. Drove all those narrow and very dangerous roads for a couple of hours, had to make some very tight u-terns which is not advisable if you're pulling a car, and........CAMPGROUND CLOSED. So we decided to just suck it up and go to a near-by RV park, but COULDN'T FIND IT. So decided to go back to Nolin State Park, and got there at 6:30 pm, WAY past my endurance level, and a half a ...
Today was a great day. I was shooting for Flora Illinois and had no intention of riding the 150 miles to Indiana. For the first time in 2 weeks I had good riding conditions. When I started riding from Caseyville this morning it was calm and about 75 degrees out. By lunch time there was a light wind at my back and it had gotten even cooler. It looks like all the good weather vibes you guys have been sending me have worked. I was ...
... so bad, learned a little, which was nice......so we left Sun. even though we only got a few hours of sleep, just to get out of the city and the traffic before it got crazy.....not sure if I put in my last blog but we changed hotels to be close to the stadium.....well that's it for this piece there will be a couple of more blogs to catch up, until then CYA down the ...
Left Odessa and crossed the remainder of MO through St Louis, into IL and on into Indiana. Lots of very flat countryside, straight roads, and not much else to report. Crossed the Missouri River more than once as it seems to wind back and forth and then the Mississippi of course.
Spent the night outside Evansville IN, in ...