Super 8 Dixon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Stayed with relatives in Illinois this week and had a nice time seeing old family and friends.
June 22, 2015 Took the dogs to Starved Rock State Park for a nice canyon
walk and had dinner on Waterstreet in Peru next to the flooded river. That night there was tornado warnings for LaSalle County and one touched down about 15 miles NW of where I was. My sister made me ...
Arrived at my sisters house in Princeton IL and will be staying with both sisters over the next week.
On my way to Princeton I stopped for lunch in Dixon IL. Dixon is a historic town that was on the first transcontinental highway called the Lincoln Highway. It was built in the early 1900's when cars were first introduced. A young Dwight Eisenhower traveled ...
Monday was a wonderful adventure from beginning to end. After a quick 5 mile roundtrip ride to the second tunnel, I packed it up and headed south east. I drove to Devils Lake State Park, Wisconsin and spent several hours. The area is very hilly, and road very crooked but paved well. The lake is surrounded by mountain sides of falling rocks. While there I took a hike .4 miles straight up ...
... on the busy freeways. Normally, I would use these observations to imply negative connotations to the state of Illinois but I am certain there is something I do not understand that limits validity and importance in what is only my opinion.
Entering Illinois we stopped for a short restroom break where I was almost run down by a lady in motorized wheelchair as we raced through the convenience store. We didn't stop for another break ...
So we had a quick camper breakfast and got on the road at 9:00 am. As expected, it's flat farmlands but not as flat as we all imagined. Still beautiful. The Heartlands of America.
Some rough weather in Illinois. Glad to be out of that state for several reasons. Finally made it to Iowa where there was lots of corn and even more windmill farms.
Quick stop for ...