Hilton Garden Inn Champaign/ Urbana
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... in along the way. I’m always the one getting the dirt, and I make Evie pull up to it so the car blocks me from other people. Talk about awkward if I were to get caught. "Oh, I’m just scooping up some dirt into this sandwich bag. NBD." Or imagine explaining that to a cop. “Ma’am, why do you have so many bags of irt in your car?” We even have a gardening shovel to scoop it up with.
We had lunch in ...
... the stagnant lakes. The forests have since filled in but the ponds/lakes remain testimony to what occurred here.
We rode the scooter through many miles of campground roads and neighboring country roads. We also had a great time going horseback riding at local stable. Couldn't believe the price, $15 for a 45 minute ride through a lovely forested area.
We had a great time in Champaign. I got to play pickleball twice and really enjoyed getting back on the court. I do miss playing! Our campground was very nice and the owners are very helpful. The campground is surrounded by cornfields with a small lake in the middle. I did fish one day but caught ZERO:((
The University of Illinois is located in Champaign. It is a very nice campus and the grass and plants were so green. ...
We ended up moving on to Champaign, Il since the weather was pretty bad. The campground we were heading to called us twice, saying we have a lot of mud. So we missed an area that had a few things for us to see but Champaign is a nice place and our campground is really nice.
While visiting here we were able to take a tour of our ...
... Route 66 - Adams. No prize for guessing the street naming pattern. The route took me out on Ogden Avenue almost arrow straight before turning on to Joliet Road which wound it's way through Lyons, McCook and Indian Head Park before I took a short break. 66 has been completely replaced by I-55 for a short stretch before the old road is rejoined running into Joliet where the Blues Brothers greet you. The front of the Rialto Theater is ...