Howard Johnson Manteno
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... traditionally-dressed folk and overtook an Amish horse and cart.
The corn is ripening in Indiana, and I recalled Sting's singing as we passed though "Fields of Gold." Vultures rode the thermals, we spied hawks on the telephone wires, and were even surprised by a large white turkey pottering along the hard shoulder. The road took us through Waterloo. Now, here I must just record our appreciation of everyone's emails and comments on this blog, even the one from ...
... fifteen minutes from downtown. We had slept moderately well on the journey, so decided it would be a shame to let the entire day go to waste. George had noticed that there was a White Sox game on that evening, so we bought tickets for a measly $25, and headed up on the subway.
Now, I'm not one to pass too much judgement since I can sit in front of a cricket match for 5 days and not think too much of it. But in my most humble opinion, baseball is quite simply the ...
We spent the night in the parking lot of the Channahon Community Center, which was quite pleasant and quiet…it didn’t get as cold at night as it has the last few days, so we didn’t even need to use the furnace (but the down comforter and flannel pajamas were very appreciated!).
Liz, our sponsor contact, met up with us around 9am in the community ...
We're in Robbins on Wednesday, but John was asked to be in their Labor Day parade today, so here are some pictures from our time there. Robbins is right next to Posen, IL (we were there a couple ...
... meeting at the church. Laura had to miss it due to a previous engagement (Pink concert tickets), but we met up with a handful of folks at a local restaurant before the debriefing meeting to catch up. It was kind of weird seeing many of them back home; rested, comfortably showered, dressed all pretty. I'm used to seeing everyone working their tails off in the African heat. It's all I've ever known them to do. But it was great catching up. And already ...