Hanford Inn & Suites
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... I always think of the Omaha steaks whenever I hear Nebraska, but we had lunch at a place called First Watch. It’s a café that uses all healthy ingredients, most of which are organic and/or supplied by local farms. I really liked the idea of the company. I had a veggie burger and salad, and Evie had a turkey sandwich with salad. It closed at 2:30, and we were there until about 2:50 (we had gotten there around 2:20). A lot of places close ...
... 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. ...
... a class at the YMCA. This is the nicest YMCA we have ever seen and was loaded with people and families!!
We have been on the road 3 weeks today and are looking forward to moving on to Starved Rock State Park and getting some hiking in.
Hope all our friends are staying well and enjoying life. Always remember LIFE is GOOD!!
... on the way in. Luckily, the road my hotel was on, Grand Avenue, runs all the way to downtown. Once I got close I turned to the south and crossed Washington, Madison, Monroe and Adams to get to Jackson Boulevard where 66 ends and was its original start point before it was turned into a one way street. I followed Jackson to Lake Shore Drive before executing a nifty loop around Van Buren and Roosevelt before heading for the modern day ...