Hampton Inn Joliet I-55
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... extra long day, considering how early we were up this morning. Finally got to the motel in Joliet around 2:30, but it was too early to check in, so we went to Menard’s to see what they had. Spent about an hour looking around but decided not to buy anything. Got checked in at the motel and ordered a pizza from Lou Malnati’s, which is supposed to be really good Chicago style pizza. After a bit of a rest, we went out to look around a ...
We decided that Illinois has some of the worst road conditions after the bone jarring ride to Joliet. This year, we now have visited the beginning and end of Route 66 and some brief encounters inbetween.
Although we've been working almost daily our entire trip, Dex had a person to person business meeting in Chicago, which brought us to this stop. The beauty of mixing ...
... at home. We wined and dined with my cousin Kym and her handsome, charming WYSIWYG husband Neal Hanrahan on that 1st night, which was perfect. Kym and I are exactly the same age had many great times together in our early teens in spite of living 1,000 miles apart.. again thanks to our folks.
We had the joy of spending the most time with Jessica & Aaron, though ...
... letter carrier who shaved about9 miles off our trip! That turned out to be good for 2 reasons, first we called Harrahs and they were booked tonight and second it started to rain. Our second choice for a hotel was the holiday inn express near I-55, this was our second choice because it was far from the trail head for tomarrow's ride, was also booked so we looked ...
... up for me in about 10 minutes.
So after this is all over my simple U joints I spent 75 dollars on and were going to install myself end up costing me nearly 800 in repairs.....but I am extremely lucky I think. BEcause I probably would have had a hell of a time isntalling those myself...and would have never known I needed new bearings. Plus this guy gave me all that great advice about my pitman arm ...