Super 8 Hampshire
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... IL, about 30 minutes NW of Chicago. Not too close but cheap enough. Our stay will cost us $38.00 for 2 days. The RV park is called Paradise Camping Resort. It advertised a tropical oasis restaurant and bar. When we checked in, Ted saw the tropical oasis restaurant and bar and found a typical midwestern cafe with an 8 year kid doing his homework. He looked kind of tropical. All the lane names in the park are tropical destinations like Aruba, Bahama, Key ...
Most of us have a hometown…every twist and turn in the road familiar to us. I swear I could drive it blindfolded as a kid. We move away with every intention of visiting often but then life happens! I see signs pointing to 'Genoa' (now jokingly called "Ge-no-where") . I have butterflies…it's been 8 years too long and I’m yearning for that 'home feeling’. In a world of constant change, familiarity is what ...
... wonderful, dear friends here in Illinois have been so great to us...we feel very lucky to have friends in both places.
Bob and I wish each and every one of you a glorious and joyful holiday season! Make the time to celebrate the joys in each day and to show the love you have for your family and friends.
I'll write again once I get back to Florida. Take great care of Bob for me, Maui friends!
With warmest aloha,
... have a bag 3x the size for a weekend trip home to my parents' house, so you can imagine the pain this is putting me in. But I have to make it work! Just don't expect fancy clothes and done up hair in pictures, everyone. We will be roughing it for those 5 weeks, and we are okay with it.
The countdown will continue, the excitement will rise and the jitters will arrive. We are looking forward to this adventure and can't wait to keep a blog on what we have done!
... like the inner city man who had created "Pimp Oil" to freshen up the interior of your vehicle, and the fellow who pitched a new shipping company that would send all packages from a central location in Memphis. He was even offered a percentage of the business, but they turned them both down, only to watch FedEx become - well ...