Super 8 Taylorville
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... Lincoln so after a stop at Cold Stone for ice cream on arrival we toured about to see his tomb. Passed the State capital building too which was impressive.
Bob Evans diner for dinner so managed to source vegetables. Succumbed to the chocolate cake dessert too. Mmm. Piccies to follow once my photographers have their act in order;)
... it very much. Many of you might be shocked to know that no books were purchased at the gift store ;)
Our first Roadside Amercia stop was a Spartan Statue at a local High School. It was hilariously awful - you can tell that it started out as a Viking before "being turned into" a Spartan. Bern was a good sport about getting out of the car to have his photo taken with it (and with his REAL Sparty shirt on, too!). A good laugh for ...
... cracked up like a couple of loons had we. We then had a smashing face time session with our beautiful nieces at home. Their cheery little faces greeting us was such a cute pleasure. Phoebe & floss both full of chatter and suitable silly antics to entertain uncle silly Andrew & Aunty Jojo in America. Phoebe trying to get her head around were not in Australia with Poppy, whilst Floss stealth like swoops into the freezer for a chock ice, unknowingly in full ...
... laughing at my impressions & copying. Now I'm a very happy Aunty, with my two nephews at my side doing all the things I miss out on. During this time, Andy & Jay helped both the kids with getting their homework done. After homework was complete, Jay dished up their tea and offered us some, to which we declined being still full from our lunch. We sat with the kids at the table tho, doing as we used to and chatting about their day. Jasper soon dozed off in my ...
... earlier. Andy asked for medium-rare, me the medium, but they both came out well done and leather bootleg style. Now infront of us, neither of us could really eat a great deal. We forced the steak down, but could not manage anything else. We were sat by a table of geriatrics with their blue rinse big beaufont set hair, Andy thought they were wigs. There were 9 doddery ladies and one old boy, who had all their attentions. They were being so loud, we nearly had to ask them ...