Spring Valley Inn
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... hadn't been there for two days!!) We arrived at their house about 4:30, got a tour of some house work they had completed since the last time we were there, went out to eat, visited a bit, and then headed back to Utica. It was good to see them twice in a short time since they live so far away.
Now we are back "home" relaxing and paying bills. I am washing a load of towels since I have not been able to wash for a week. Tomorrow we drive down toward Springfield. It will ...
Not much to write about today as this was definitely a driving day. We travel 462 miles to Illinois through some of our country's most valuable farm land. For miles and miles there was nothing but corn with a few soybeans thrown in.
We did stop in Blue Earth, Minnesota to visit with the Jolly Green Giant. In honor of Sturgis Bike Rally ...
... where we stayed 2 nights. Was a very nice campground with many trees but was located next to a skeet shooting range. We had to sedate Luke as he is terrified of gunfire. Our first night in Secor we drove to Bloomington and attempted some ice skating at the Pepsi Ice Center. Elena did much better than Mia and Pappy. After all our effort, we stopped at "Carl's Famous Homeade Ice Cream", a well known local spot. It lived up to it's reputation. Yesterday morning ...
... good food and drink. Marcia and I also suffered another attack from Mosquitos. They only seem to of bitten us, everyone else seem to be left alone.
Monday 13th July
Again woke up to the smell of bacon but also the itch ...
... looked at each other with that 'where the **** are we?' look! Good news was it was only 3pm with lots of daylight. I told Mark I was gonna tell my mom where he took me though! Turns out it's a great place to be an obviously lost tourist in Peru. After talking to a couple buses on their way by, and after I ran across the street to find a bathroom, one of the police officers came over to ask where we were headed. In the end he waved down a bus for us to get on and we were on ...