Holiday Inn Rockford (I-90 Exit 63)
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... my peas and cannot understand why so many kids in Australia don't!!! The next morning was Friday, and Carol & Doug took us to the bus station to head back to Chicago, from where we commenced our train journey taking about 52 hours to the San Francisco area. That is another story, but while waiting for the train we did get about 1 1/2 hours in the bitter cold of Chicago to go down to the lakefront of Lake Michigan, and get a bit of a look around. There were some ...
... one craft kit later we all met up and said goodbye to the Holdens and the dojang. With a quick check of the AFLC Pastor's directory we located the home of longtime friends and ministry partners, the Bensons. Unannounced, we dropped in and spent some time catching up with Pastor Jon Benson, his wife Jeanette, and their son "former youth ministry intern" Andy. After a season of rousing conversation and Lincoln Log building it was time to hit the road again; but we didn't make it far due ...
Good coffee. The hotel failed to have any so we determined to find some before getting on the road again. One Starbucks stop later, the adults fully caffeinated and the young ones engaged in their books on tape, we set off to stare at miles of pavement. But instead of concrete and steel, framing much of the road were trees that just beginning to don the beautiful colors of the fall season. Priceline.com ...
... some weight....actually gained.
Ok, now for the all the help regarding the upcoming event " the wedding". Personal shower for Kaitlin, rehearsal dinner, hair and nails, decorating the reception hall just to add to the activities.
Erica and John, Amanda and Ric*********ica and Cory all flew up, so that means airport runs. My car rental was donated from my best friend Debbie. Thanks, Deb! Most of our ...
... and photography.
Once outside of Des Moines, the landscape grew progressively less interesting until we finally crossed the Mississippi River into Illinois, and, at long last, cooler temps.
Somewhere today, I passed 2,000 miles. Wow.
Tomorrow is a day "of rest"... meaning I will only drive the remaining hour to my Mom's house in Beloit, Wisconsin in the late afternoon.