Travel Blogs from Oglesby
... us the rest of the day!
For the next hour, we walked around downtown and I swear, every last business we went into had the friendliest folks you could hope for. We spent most of our time in the Village Hall, where people were paying their water bills today, and joked around with a woman who works there, Sherry. We kept trying to get people to give their bill payments to J.P., but no one fell for it. ;) I mean, how else are we going to pay the show back ...
... Idris is driving now. It was really nice to see him again and before we took off, we left him a circus pass for the Marseilles show. I hope he and his family are able to go…
After a quick grocery shopping excursion and a stop off at a thrift store, we drove to Washburn, IL for the night. We’re staying out side of a school bus barn and visiting three schools tomorrow. Slowly heading south now…I can’t believe the season is coming to an end!
... VERY glad Becky's okay!
Before we took off from the lot, Al waved us down to see if we had jumper cables...we do and he needed them. We got his engine running again and wished him well. It's really nice to be a part of a community that looks out for each other as we all travel around the country.
We're back at the Panera for their free wi-fi and then we're off to Channahon. It was a wonderful weekend and it's always a bit sad leaving the show behind. Today is ...
We were sad to leave our beautiful hotel room in Mason City, but we began our trip east toward Starved Rock State Park, Illinois. We knew it would be a long driving day, so we took off early and found a place to eat in Mason City (thanks again, Yelp!) and got on the road by 8 a.m.
We wanted to visit a fossil park in Rockford, Iowa, just a few miles south of our route, but when we got to the town, the bridge across ...
... shaken her finger at me. Apparently she didn’t get any sleep.
At breakfast, Manco told us there would probably be some
rocks on the paths from landslides and that we should be careful but should be
fine so we grabbed our overnight bags and headed out. The problem with trekking without a guide is
you have to know where you are going. It
took us well over an hour to locate the correct trail after walking past ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility