Hilton Garden Inn Kankakee
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I was eager to drive to South Haven, on Lake Michigan and it only took about 45 minutes to get there. South Haven is very quaint and if I had any idea, I would have stayed here last night instead of Kalamazoo!
It was a beautiful day and found a parking spot and went awandering. Walked along the main street, taking in the shops and …
... then crossed a draw bridge over the Kankakee River on Brandon Street with a great view of a lock and dam; but my attention was drawn to this sponginess I felt while peddling. Yes, you guessed, I had my first flat . Yea! The road had fast rolling trucks flying by and I was changing a bike tire. After we finished cleaning the mud off we were back on the road weaving through neighborhoods until we finally landed on the Wauponse Trail. We rode for a about 15 miles on ...
... of all the fields with substantial hedges around them,
this is certainly a pretty sight.
It seemed to take quite
a long time to go down the 700 m, and on the way we passed a power
station with a very large pipe coming down the mountain, obviously
supplying the water to the power station, and then later we noted the
water went on down to irrigate the fields we had been admiring.
was a campsite shown on the map for the city ...
... move in, flush with the side of the building for the automatic window washers. I think that would have made me more nervous had I known that at the time I was sitting there. The Skydeck is the highest observatory in Chicago and offers spectacular views of the city on a clear day. We were lucky to get views at sunset on a fairly clear day.
After recommendations ...
... things I've
been through, I feel like this may truly be my chance to find what
I've been looking for in life. I don't know at all what's going to
happen, but that's both frightening and thrilling to me at the same
time. I'm so eagerly anticipating everything that will happen next,
and I'm ready to go out and tackle the world on my own, to prove (if
only) to myself that I can handle whatever hardships, troubles and
**** life throws at me. I'm ready.