Americas Best Value Inn - Mayflower
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... front of the tires and attach to the motorhome by little tabs. A whole lot easier to put on, we just have to mark them so we know which one goes on which tire. Next we purchased a new system to check the levels in our tanks (fresh water, black & gray) and the battery. It is a system which attaches to the outside of the tank so the waste will not mess up the sensors. Now instead of the tanks showing 1/3, 2/3 and full, it ...
... and we have most of what he was talking about.
Not all the seminars are strictly educational. Yesterday afternoon I attended a jewelry making workshop and made three pair of earrings and a bracelet. They will serve as souvenirs of our trip to Wisconsin since two of them have cheese decorations.
After playing for a bit it was time to get back to something serious. I attended a seminar given by a couple who bill themselves as GEEKS ON TOUR. ...
... directed to the Holding Area. Upon arrival there, we were parked and we got out and started to set up our "home". Before we got too far, we were informed that this would not be where we were going to be for the week. So we put everything back and waited for about 45 minutes before we were parked in our permanent place. We are parked in a small field next to the parking lot for some tennis courts. There are RVs parked on ...
... tally comes in.
We drove across the top of Ohio, Indiana and Illinois and we saw miles of corn fields, some dusted with a yellow haze of corn flowers, and others, in deep dark green, not quite that mature. And alternating with the corn were acres and acres of low growing dark green soy bean plants. And peppered here and there, in the middle of these grand fields stood banks of trees and farm houses and red barns and silos with domes shining ...
... cheap! We charged 5$ at the door to raise money for my volunteer trip, and also to pay for the band that traveled from Milwaukee. I would say that about 130 people showed up throughout the night. We tapped both kegs before midnight, and all the liquor was sold. The cops showed up twice because of noise complaints, so we had to end the night earlier than expected, but it still was an AWESOME turn out. When we counted the money that was ...