The Broad View Inn & Suites
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I got up with the sunrise at the lake. It had been a couple days since I cleaned my dromedary so I emptied the water and refilled at the spigot. A lady came up and asked if I was going to be drinking it. She informed me that there was a sign somewhere that says not to drink the water because it hasn't been properly tested. I had already chugged a couple bottles last night and today. I figured the damage is done if I'm going to get sick from it. They should probably post the ...
Made it to Knoxville, which was an unbelievable drive on the motorways...minus 40 degrees outside, which I think is about 23 below zero New Zealand speak! Matts moms house is surrounded by snow and it is bitterly cold outside.....really really cold!!! Went down to the store a little while ago...its a really small place, so not a lot to do apart from stay inside and keep warm. Its been great to have Matts family together. Tonya stayed with the kids ...
After a delayed train due to 'mechanical reasons' we were on our way to little old Galesburg, Illinois. After arriving close to 6 pm we wandered into town with our packs to find us some accommodation. The closest accommodation was a hotel a ten minute walk from the station so we turned up and took their cheapest room for the night. Now their cheapest room was less than what we paid for hostels we have stayed in and we shared a king ...
... girls who act like they're afraid of clowns VERY LOUDLY and a man in a store who couldn't wrap his head around John not being embarrassed about being a clown. Hah. The folks at the library were really nice and the gas at Casey's was the cheapest we've seen in awhile ($3.49/gal).
We took off around 11:30am for Carthage, IL and drove through cornfields for an hour...I definitely prefer that to the outskirts of Chicago!
... to turn around and go looking for that rock. Found the rock and not too soon as a truck passed and there was no rock any more. After hunting in the sweltering sun I found my GPS. The plastic cover had a few deep grooves in it as it flew from my bike at 55mph and hit the road. I turned the GPS on and it worked!!! Thanks to Garmin and their rugged (and expensive) 'motorcycle' GPS.