Hampton Inn Bradley / Kankakee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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First time over the mountains, truck did great. Nashville traffic a little slow for the morning commute but got through without trouble. Then the long road home. Mixed feelings about that...it will be good to see home but we know the RV goes into storage mode for several months and that's no fun. Made it home in 11 hours straight through with only 2 stops. Holy lots of ...
... have to compare to what I'm experiencing now, but I have no idea if it's the same or not. Even though we don't have insurance, I think for my own sanity, I'm going to a clinic today to get more information about what's going on.
Tomorrow we're in Elmhurst...it looks like we'll be treating it as a lot and license because the sponsor wasn't able to come up with anything for us to do. Which, with the way I'm feeling, I'm pretty grateful that's the case.
... as well as emotionally. The jet lag coming home was certainly very bad. By 4pm we were both extremely tired and wanted to go bed. 4pm here is 1am in Kenya! So even if we forced ourselves to stay awake until even 9pm, we both had a lot of trouble staying asleep past 2am at first. We're talking about waking up at 2am with eyes WIDE open. 2am here is 11am in Kenya. Not sleepy at all even though we wanted to sleep. We'd watch recorded shows until the ...
... out within the next two weeks when she has assembled the parts of the mailing. This will include some factual information you might need, a Supply List and also some treats for the journey.
Looking forward to renewing old friendships and making new ones.
Adieu (that's up to 15%)
... course when
it rains here, there are no stormwater drains to carry it off the
surplus water, it just takes the line of least resistance, and turns the
road into a minor river. Fortunately it was only light rain so the
river was just enough to wet the tyres, but I'd hate to be on these
roads in a real downpour!
You've probably gathered by now from
my writing, that life is pretty dismal in these villages, and get a
whole lot worse when ...