Knights Inn - Wilmington
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... metal sculpture s who passed away and had his creations auctioned off. Well, I drove through the town of Braidwood and discovered where a few of them ended up. Behold the newly created Braidwood Zoo! Admission is free and you don't have to worry about st epping in giraffe poop. Talk again soon. ...
... so we headed towards Geneva. While at the intersection of Routes 38 and 25, (and not on the bike trail that goes under 38 and that has been under construction all summer) someone in a car honked. It was our niece Kelly. ("Thanks for the THUMBS UP, Kel!) At the same time two other bikers (we prefer this term to cyclists!) were waving us away from the intersection pointing out that the trail opened the day before. Turned out we ...
... who created them worked well into his 80s at a machine shop and he used mostly scraps and cast-offs in his works. Sadly, he passed away recently and the sculptures will probably be auctioned off. It is rumored that Wilmington may purchase the buffalo to display on route 66. I hope that all of them find good homes.
See you down the road.
... abounds with shower opportunities. You will always have the $10 truckstop showers, but
there are many freebies. You can often find showers at public pools and parks. Long rain showers
and fresh water beachs are also opportunities. And when I wash the van, I do myself as well (do not
rinse off on the high pressure setting). But my personal favorite ...
... with ministry sites and opportunities in Quito
- I'm sure there will be much more!
I'm so excited for this semester, to improve my Spanish, and serve God and His Kingdom. It has always been my dream to study abroad; I can't believe the opportunity has presented itself and now the time is finally here!