Red Roof Inn Greenwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Headed east from Champaign where I lost an hour crossing into Indiana and the Eastern timezone. I continued eastwards on the interstate bound for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to collect my parking permit for the race tomorrow. From Indianapolis I headed south to Edinburgh, Indiana where I did a bit of shopping at the outlet mall. I also took a …
Today is the day!! We are at the airport and much to my surprise this plane is actually within 30 minutes of being on-time. Yea...no waiting for hours at the airport or having to return home with the disappointment of a cancelled flight!! Max arrives...we all greet each other and downstairs we go to get the luggage! Jim & I ...
Elder Heart was created by Magnus as a Veteran organization that does community projects as well as public, private and corporate ART to raise awareness that makes a huge difference for the 22 Veteran suicides that take place every day. Love Love Love what this extraordinary man is standing for!!!! ...
... too much. All the sites are full hookup, and there are a few deluxe sites with a deck and/or BBQ included. The campground even has a few horses and some chickens! We weren't ambitious enough to take any pictures either...
The next morning it was up early to head on home..
Jeni made a great breakfast casserole for everyone this morning.
Suzi got to come over to visit for a while but unfortunately Don, Stacy, Jason and the boys were all unable to make it. Those poor folks that have to work I guess ;-)
We decided to take a tour of the TC Steel art museum. It's just a few blocks from the Hilgedags and we have admired the buildings every time we drive past them. I never knew it was actually a museum!