Econo Lodge Effingham
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... 100.00 cash). Finally on the road at 10:25. GPS directed us down US 41........lovely 2 lane highway. Gas at Grayville, IL......on 92.89 visa. On our way to Nashville we saw the haulers for # 5 and # 15. Got to Nashvillle KOA shorrtlly after 5:00. The thing we bought to start the Colorado ...
... be a different atmosphere than I was used to. Kids raced around on bikes, and adults were cruising around in golf carts.
The campsite was clean and flat, but had no grass. We set up the tent and dragged a picnic table over from the next campsite. It was a pretty nice spread. Sharan had found out he had to login to work at night so he checked out the status of his signal for the mobile ...
... a spot.
We left at about 7:00 am. It was cloudy and raining a bit, but it eventually cleared up. We were a little weary this morning after a busy day yesterday and even our dog seemed to be worn out.
Once again, I left home with a garden full of vegetables that we won’t eat. We downsized our garden this year to 2 tomato plants, 2 zucchini plants and some beans. We did enjoy some zucchini and beans, but most of the tomatoes were ...
Saint Louis to Louisville could be done in under five hours on
the Interstate, but why ever take a road you’ve already taken before? So I took
an alternative route via a few more Central Illinois Lincoln sights. Although
Iowa is often invoked when noting the flatness of the Midwest the state is
actually mostly rolling terrain and quite pretty. For endless cornfields as far
as the eye can see and terrain so flat you ...
... on the road and ready to roll.
Once I got past Kansas City the scenery got a bit more interesting. It was a little bit hilly and there were tall trees that were showing the blush of autumn which was very scenic and a welcome change. The trees and also provided some wind block which was nice too. I got settled in and the miles melted ...