Hampton Inn Litchfield
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... When I got to Grafton half the town was under water and I had to turn around again.
I was about to opt for the nearest Walmart because a couple of other
parks were closed when I stopped at a gas station to look at my maps and
gps. I nice guy stopped by to greet Seaman and he ended up telling me about Beaver Dam State Park about 30 miles back NE from where I stopped. It turned out
... we're heading too, in front of Lisa's antiques & collectables Mall. We search around looking for something small, we surveyed several times, because of the rain and puddles we nearly missed it altogether. Andy's delving fingers located a suspect object in some sodden grass around an old rusty bison pipe, (gotta get stuck in there if serious about this geo-geek hobby) !! Marked down in history again on another roll of paper, along this 66 trail, i today put it back in to ...
... to have an itchy night, best have some internal numbing aid too, cinnamon vodka should do the job whilst I get my blog job done. Whilst we lost all signal because of the storm, so did Andy - his polaxing across the bed was impressive, it would have been far less so had it been a smaller bed tho. The big thunder overhead reached us about 11 ish, just as my job here was done. I've actually achieved it before midnight, I think I'll give my self a raise, cheers to ...
... just the common old tea." I laughed saying that sure sounds like my mumma. Going back to hotel room, we noticed the old Hoover was still outside the door of the room opposite us, it had been there since yesterday morning and hadn't moved at all. The cleaners were at the other end of the corridor doing rooms, so we stuck a note on it. Andy wrote on a piece of paper 'LOST please find my mummy' and cello taped it to the handle, he rushed back in our room before ...
... which is also on Route 66. It was once a drug store, but changed to an ice cream parlour some many years ago. It has been maintained as it's original state, half as a museum with the original counter and stock on shelves and the other half is very much a 50's style diner. We all had ice cream floaters to cool us down, the kids wanted cookies but we declined as Jay would be getting their tea ready at home. They showed us the giant map that grandpa & grandma ...