Holiday Inn Express Bourbonnais (Kankakee / Bradley)
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First time over the mountains, truck did great. Nashville traffic a little slow for the morning commute but got through without trouble. Then the long road home. Mixed feelings about that...it will be good to see home but we know the RV goes into storage mode for several months and that's no fun. Made it home in 11 hours straight through with only 2 stops. Holy lots of ...
... have to compare to what I'm experiencing now, but I have no idea if it's the same or not. Even though we don't have insurance, I think for my own sanity, I'm going to a clinic today to get more information about what's going on.
Tomorrow we're in Elmhurst...it looks like we'll be treating it as a lot and license because the sponsor wasn't able to come up with anything for us to do. Which, with the way I'm feeling, I'm pretty grateful that's the case.
... on our way.
After a tour of the parks in Posen, T.J. dropped us off at our RV for our lunch break, which is two hours long today (yippee!) because the next performance isn’t until 1:15pm.
The second stop was at another elementary school, but this time with the kindergarten through 3rd graders. And once again, the students were awesome. The laughter was deafening when John did his gag with the juggling balls and kicking his hat. After ...
... how corny my jokes and quotes to Kari for always listening to me vent to Paul who is the hippest counselor out there who im always jealous of his mail to Chad for providing me lunch every Friday each summer and for his creative costumes to Rebecca for her advice to Mrs. Burr for always pushing me to go further in everything to Ms.Britt for making me laugh to Tim & Nick & Peter for always looking out for me working nights ...
... amount of dirt and dust and add to this a
certain amount of neglect and rubbish, and don't forget the potholes
filled with water along with horse and donkey droppings everywhere,
stray dogs and cats and you have found a place you could call home and
enjoy the shopping experience.
Carrying on the R304 it
went through a little bit of a gorge whilst it was climbing up the side
of a mountain, eventually to 1200 m, but whilst it was on the ...