The Holiday Motel & Restaurant
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... lunches) and ham.
It was a cool 52 F and the sky was clear. We headed south to rejoin the Ohio River Scenic Road. Not far out of town there were fields of corn on one side and strip mining for coal on the other side of the road.
Went to the Garden of the Gods in Shawnee National forest. High rocky outcrop with weathered sandstone rocks from when the area was an inland sea. Lovely area and quite a lot of visitors. We took a short 1/4 mile walk to see the ...
... which gave tours. Bit of a detour and we were lucky enough to be able to take a tour after lunch. This factory makes all the Highlanders including those sent to Australia where they are Klugers. They also make Siennas and Tundras.
It was after 4 when we left there but it was only 3 because of the time zone shift. Drove to Evansville and picked up the Ohio River scenic trail. Crossing the Wabash River put us into Illinois. We were in vast open ...
... become an tourist ambassador for the state of Indiana. If I ever had to move back towards a northern climate it would be so easy to choose Indiana. The people are friendly and outgoing, the cityscape's and the landscapes capture both family and the individual, and the snow doesn't get too deep. Of course, the latter item has to be the #1 reason why we would never move back to the mid-west, just too much cold and snow. OK, let's move on to see the ...
... Queen for some extra motivation to get to Indiana. From Olney it was about 45 miles to to Indiana. I decided to see if I could make it all the way to the state line and I did. I rode into Indiana and about a mile past the state line into a town called Vencennes. The town was really cool and had historical buildings and monuments all over. Tomorrow I will ride to Bedford Indiana which is about 70 miles. Today I rode 147 miles. ...
... interact, but near the end of the today's trip when Route 45 turned from going South to going towards the East, we both gave each other the thumbs up from our first rush of relief! Much to our relief the Briarwood Inn was soon in front of us and as with everywhere we stop is filled with friendly, curious people. But today, while riding, I couldn't help thinking that if I were 40 years younger I would have made the 96 miles to Cave-In-Rock, no matter the weather with the ...