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We spent last night in Lincoln. It is halfway between our last stop outside St. Louis, and Chicago.
After we left Collinsville, we took a detour to Alton, a town on the Missip where there are locks for river boats. We spent about an hour watching a barge towing one barge 3 boats wide up the river a tad, then another came into the lock. Once the water level had risen, the gates opened and ...
... most of all) friendly Midwesterners. Everyone in Springfield seemed to be genuinely nice and happy.
Springfield’s center is dominated by the state capitol building, a mix of neoclassical and Victorian styles that has the distinction of having the tallest (although not the largest) state capitol dome in the U.S. I usually try to visit state capitol buildings in my travels across the U.S. (and provincial ones in Canada too) because I used ...
Left Bloomington and rejoined the original road after a short stint on the interstate. Followed Route 66 as it wound it's way past McLean before making a stop in Atlanta. I was very fortunate to arrive at the right time to be allowed to see the inside working of the clock tower just prior to the chimes for 10am. The clock is hand-wound and there are a team of volunteers who are tasked with ensuring it ...
... time of the morning so we had a private tour. Purchased in 1844, this was the only home that Abraham and Mary ever owned. He was elected President in 1860 and the rest is history.
To continue our Lincoln experience, we spent quality time in the Presidential Museum therefore not having any time to explore the Presidential Library. The museum is exceptional in that it explores Lincoln's early life as ...
... their time here. In the sites, that appear useless to me, the vendors will use blocks of wood, dig trenches and use all types of jacks, to level their RVs. We had a site on the grass when we got here, but moved this morning when it started to rain. I was taking no chances on getting stuck.
Yesterday we took in the Presidential Library and Museum. This is a world ...