Super 8 Motel Dwight
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it roll off me though. There's no other option. I guy recently asked me what I do if I start getting rained on while I'm riding. I told him I put my jacket on. He thought that was hilarious. What else would I do? Curl up in a fetal position and cry in a ditch? When I think about it as a life lesson, it's a perfect analogy to dealing with whatever comes to you. Keep your mind on the objective, make adjustments, and keep going. Eventually the storm is behind you. On to the next ...
So continuing south from Wilmington I have gone through Godley, Braceville, Gardner and cruised on through Dwight, they seem to be a very patriotic little township with probably every 3rd house displaying an American flag. I am sure I heard banjos playing as I scooted on ...
... a bag, of course, and it was a lot like the pink candy popcorn we used to buy years ago.
The parade was typical Americana. First everyone stood for the playing of God Bless America, then there was a fly pass of P31 WWII planes over Main Street four times complete with 'The Last Post’ being played during the missing man formation, followed by the fly pass of 6 Canada geese over Main Street (I’m not kidding). The parade itself included a ...
We stopped in Ottawa, Illinois for something to eat. There was a Cracker Barrel there, so we ate there. I had the roast beef sandwich. It was pretty good! I also went in the general store there. They had a lot of stuff, including old fashioned candy. We got some for the road.
After eating, we continued our trip.
... so it was back on the road as dusk turned to darkness. EZ66 guide was def harder to follow at night, but Lou safely navigated us to Pontiac and a Super 8 motel. Thankfully the kitchen at the Mexican Restaurant was still open, so we grabbed a chicken enchilada and then crashed out for the night, looking forward to exploring the trail in the morning.
Ciao for now,
Lou & ...