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... br> To get there, we are taking our time, driving our RV through the heart of America. We began our route on interstates, to be sure, but as soon as we cleared Chicagoland, we found our way down to US 6.
Every trip has its unexpected finds and this trip is no exception. We discovered Ottawa, Illinois, where the future President Lincoln had his first debate with rival Douglas. Its a beautiful little town with the town center preserved as a lovely park where towns people ...
... disrepair and now lays in ruin. We were also being attacked by Mosquitos. I took the opportunity this afternoon to give the bike an oil change.
Later that evening we all met up with Tom and Karen who we also met through Bob and Jude for anther ...
... 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 ...
... many great locations along the way.
Dixon is on the Rock River and is also where Ronald Reagan grew up. The town has a nice set of trails along both sides of the river for bikes and walking. There is low dam on the river just upstream from downtown and I was surprised to see pelican's in the river just below the dam. Pelicans in central Illinois seem
... the first bus to Arequipa but we were going to get off in the tiny town of Pampa Canahuase. Calling it a town is very generous. It's a small strip of road with a few buildings on each side selling a few odd things but most were closed. It's also a check point where the police are doing something with the trucks and buses passing by. Other than that there's nothing there. Except a lot of wind. Getting off our little bus in the middle of nowhere was a little unsettling. Mark ...