Spring Valley Inn
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... day out we set our sights on Tinley Park, Illinois to visit friends for the afternoon. The drive to Tinley Park was accomplished in a little over 5 hours, so we had much of the afternoon to catch up. We did pass the RV/MH Hall of Fame in Indiana. Not sure what is in there, but we only snapped a picture and continued on.
It was ...
... out in cycling gear with a beautiful, fancy bike. He looked fast, and I was on mile 90 with my 70lb bike. He rides about 40 miles to Henry every Saturday after work to stay at his weekend home by the river with his family. He was very curious about my trip and ended up riding with me all 10 miles. He offered me dinner and a shower. I was so exhausted, knowing that I had a wet tent rolled up that I still needed to deal with and it was about 7pm, I ...
... from H.H. came to KOA. It was one after another campers, buses, RVs and trailers pulling into the camp. Eventually it filled up and large buses were parking on the road to the campground!
Because of the exponential amounts of boring riding time, I have started writing a new book. I hope and plan to continue it until it is finished. For once I actually have a good storyline. ...
... stove shipped in from Germany in 1874, nearby, a microwave!
Sadly, much of the house is in dire need of restoration. But seeing the beauty in the parquet inlay floors, the intricate craftsmanship in the extensive woodwork, the magnificent staircases and marble fireplace hearths gives its visitors a glimpse into the past glory of this home.
Bye for now and stay well.
... magnificent Andean
Condor which is a type of vulture that has a wingspan of 3.5 metres. It’s best to see them early morning or early
afternoon, which is what we would be aiming for.
On the way, we stopped at a restaurant half way up to the
Mirador and Lauren got to practise her Spanish once more. We were lead into the kind woman’s kitchen
and shown what she had on offer, which was some kind of broth. As we were both starving, ...