Quality Inn Kewanee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
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... for a concert.
This area, like Ohio, is striated by canals. Built before railroads, these were superhighways of their time, providing farmers and crafts folk with access to the great rivers and markets. This campground abuts the Hennepin Canal, which could give an early entrepreneur access to markets all the way to the Gulf of Mexico. Illinois is far more than the cornfields you see from the highway.
Next up: Iowa, the Amana colonies, perhaps, and whatever presents ...
... went to the farm in the afternoon.
Tenants are using the farm for making hay, raising chickens, a hog, some
goats and some baby ducks. They seem to take good care of the place and I hope they can continue to stay. We stopped at the Zearing Tavern about 1 mile west of our farm. Zearing has always had a population of about 40 people when the tavern is open and about 5 ...
... came out and called him off, but as soon as I started riding again he snarled and chased me. I waited for the owner to grab his collar and get further away. I ended up riding 101 miles, and my body feels every mile. My knees are sore, which is a new thing. I got to a crossroad and stopped to make sure I was on route. A farmer in a truck pulled up and shouted, "do you eat?" After I realized he wasn't insinuating that I looked like I didn't eat in general, I ...
... and another three after the break.
The first two schools (one had two performances scheduled in their gym for different grades) were a lot of fun…the kids were into it, the teachers were into it and J.P. left a lot of folks laughing. The last place before lunch was called Abilities Plus, a work program for disabled adults. John did a shorter version of his program for them and then Jodi treated ...
... all four treasures and get helicopter lifted out before the island disappears completely.
Brilliant game. The three of us played it four times through that night (it's never the same experience twice).
Friday night offered great sleep in the spare bedroom of Drake's hospitable grandparents, and since Drake slept over there too, we were quickly back together again in the morning.
We ventured back to Forbidden Island again ...