Town & Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Streator
... the wind pushes you away from the truck. It is fun when it is windy and there is about 15-20 mph wind gusts today.
Stopping for lunch at a rest stop we see a motor home we have been with since Cheyenne, WY. That couple is returned home to New Jersey. The have a 2011 34 foot Monaco Monarch, a sister coach to ours.
Just East of Davenport, IA we cross the Mississippi for the second time. Finally we are in Illinois and make our last KOA stop in LaSalle/Peru, IL.
... hasn't been found, so it'll have to be the commercial stuff. Cornell is a small town (pop 460), where it seems many people drive jeeps. I met a guy who was buying blue sports drinks at the store named Dan. He was born and raised here and his job title is "village employee." I love how these small towns are called villages. That's sort of what they feel like. People honked and waved at each other as we were talking outside of the gas station. Dan told me that the ...
... bin for so many years. I could not find one to buy, so I made my own. Got some old bricks from my dad's other house, the perfect size plywood and built my little compost "hole" and covered it with the board. Because of the cold temperatures, it won't compost a lot this winter, but in the spring it will be set to go. Now to figure out the recycling system. For sure, I have to take it in, there are no pick ups. But they did come by and ...
... that is nothing new; they believe I don’t sit for long….just like Frankki, or is she just like me??? My dad says I have wheels for feet!! And the real challenge of Being Sue begins!!
So the final thought from Sonja and I is that we don’t know which of us will have the bigger challenge living so closely with the other, but for sure we are both up for the exciting ride and the fun to ...
... rocks down to the river. Again, it was hot and unbelievably dry…the lips again were parched and chapped and the sun and the altitude just sap out the energy. Since the rainy season isn’t until December, it was low…I doubt I’ll be fishing here but that’s just fine by me…there are many other things.
Finally, I returned for lunch and had such an excellent meal…started with a very interesting, yet very tasty ...