Stoney Creek Inn Galena
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... the middle of the river. A few of them are privately owned but anyone can use the others (government owned) for recreational purposes for up to 2 weeks at a time. There are lots of little turtles sitting on submerged logs but the take a dive when they spot us - we have to be quick with the camera. 45 years ago there was only one breeding pair of bald eagles in the area due to DDT. As DDT has now been banned and more ...
... eagles, a few turtles or tortoises, no otters or badgers... But did see the badger barricades or homes they build across streams. Easier to catch their fish. It started off a bit dreary in the morning ...but sun came out ...and we headed off down the country roads ..more crops of Soya beans, corn and wheat.... Just thousands of acres. We came across some cold and windy weather. We followed the Mississippi going ...
... shops and banks that are selling tickets for the show. The town was still a bit sleepy, so we didn't encounter that many folks who were ready to say good morning to a clown, but we did meet a woman on the sidewalk who told us she'd just moved there a week and a half ago and was utterly delighted to meet a real circus clown. Aw.
The bulk of the morning was spent outside of the restaurant, Goodtimes, owned by a ...
... of the conference was "Connected with Christ and His Mission". Two hundred delegates from fourteen Spanish speaking countries were present and we thoroughly enjoyed getting to know new people, catching up with old friends, and "pushing" the Emmaus courses. The conference was truly set up with the idea of connecting and networking God's people together as we had long meal breaks and an hour each way ride in buses to our hotel. ...
Dickeyville is a town in south-eastern Wisconsin, not far from the Mississippi River. Elenka, our amiga Lynn from Owen Sound, and I were driving through the town, perhaps named in honour of the Toronto Blue Jays less than stellar knuckle baller, R.A. Dickey. It was late afternoon and we were on our way to Chicago when I saw the circa 1950s, Bates-like motel. We just had to pull in.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility