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... get there via the 13 which took us through Carbondale which is quite a big centre being the home of Southern Illinois University. We went on the old 13 and saw some very nice suburbs where people took
pride in their houses.
At Chester we saw statues of Popeye, Olive Oyl and Swee' Pea. The creator of these characters was born in Chester. Also saw yet another bridge over the Mississippi River. Tried to find a ...
... month of August on Lake Michigan, visiting several places that we had traveled to by car while our son, Paul, lived in Michigan some years ago. However, seeing these coastal towns by water gave us new perspective – gorgeous flowers planted along the waterfronts and main streets, friendly shop keepers, beautiful fruit and vegetables at the farmers’ markets, and delicious selections of fresh, lake fish ("white fish") at many ...
... a fictitious town in the Simpsons, this city of Springfield is the capital of the state of Illinois and host to some interesting historical features. The first one we visited was Dana-Thomas House, a spectacular Frank Lloyd Wright designed house. The other was the home of Abraham Lincoln before he became president and the surrounding historical precinct, one of the most visited sites over a long period. Both places were beautifully preserved. This detour also gave us a chance ...
... in Cuba. It's the oldest motel on the route, open since the 1920s with a shop in reception full of memorabilia and souvenirs. This place also meant we caught up with Ted, Will and Richie...in every place that we stopped at along the way, they ask you to sign the guest book. The few places previous to the motel, the names above ours had always been Ted, Will and Richie from London, UK. It became a little competition, which only we knew about, and ...
... VHP DQN CTW JST SEG FJC KMMU
3,000ft @ 55% power.
I took such a low altitude because I was trying to stay below the storm. I then had to climb higher in order to meet the MEA (minimum enroute altitude) over the Appellation mountains. Contrary to the normal, I had headwinds the entire way. This was slightly annoying because it made the trip two hours longer then it should have been.
The flight from St. Louis, Missouri to Morristown, ...