Super 8 Motel Dwight
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... with a spoon that looked like a canoe paddle. Meanwhile the popped kernels were jumping everywhere until enough popcorn was popped so that the weight of the popcorn prevented it from leaving the pot. After it finished popping, she added a large scoopful of granulated sugar to the pot, stirred it around, then tipped up the cauldron and the popcorn went into a large container for some other women to bag it up. Did I mention that there was no pot cover? ...
... in China can claim. It is also known for the coldest winters China has to offer. Harbin gets its nickname "The Ice City" because it experiences seven months of Siberian winter every year. On the plus side, there is an amazing ice festival held at the city's center. It's the kind of big deal attraction that comes up as soon as you Google the city's name...well that and a picture of Jon Snow atop the wall, defending the Seven Kingdoms from the ...
... 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 & ...
... amazed to see another beautiful snake sunning itself on the wooden path. After extensive research I still can’t really decide what it was- it was medium sized so probably fully grown. I didn’t think it was a venomous copperhead (Agkistrodon contortrix) or cottonmouth (Agkistrodon piscivorus- water loving?) & most certainly not the timber rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus) because its head was the wrong shape nor an eastern massasauga. My ...