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Travel Blogs from Morton
... If I can upload the video of that moment, I’ll post it here...she was a lot of fun!
Our lunch break was next, which was good because John was exhausted…one more school program at 1:30pm and then we’re off to Kewanee (which we still have to learn how to pronounce). We’re staying at a YMCA tonight and we’ve already been told we can use their facilities while we’re there, so I’m definitely taking advantage of that!
... Ambler's Texaco." We passed one of the Meramec Caverns signs along 66 south of Odell.
Annie wanted to walk through some corn so we stopped by the farm in Lexington. She also got to experience picking green beans and then snapping and canning them when we arrived home.
Our final picture of this leg was of Erin and Annie at the sign that began the trip with Reece and Rhett.
... mechanical work with Bill for a week when a friend of his who has an available space in his garage is going to be gone. Bill has his own garage. It's just that he doesn't do much work there and can rarely be found there ... only if you're really lucky. It's something about maintaining that low profile. This is where things start going wrong.
The bolt-on A/C unit requires a bunch of additional work and fabrication as well as phone calls to the manufacturer ...
... to Illinois to start the trip.
We found that with the trailer we weren't able to travel on 66 as much as we planned but we drove some of the way on the Route in each of the eight states that it travels through and followed the interstate that parallels the road the rest of the way.
We still need to drive from the start of 66 in Chicago back to Bloomington. That will wait for another day.
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... br> We had quite a bit of money left over from the sale of Maggie, so over the winter we planned what changes/additions we would need to do to the Rosie.The tires had a lot of tread but were old, so since we are looking at a 5000-6000 mile trip, they needed replacing. Headlights were dim, so let's change them to modern halogens. We're going across Nebraska and Wyoming in the summer so maybe we'd better add air conditioning. Several ...