Super 8 Mokena/Frankfort/I-80
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Day 27: 4323 miles
Friday, June 27
I got to Bonnie and Mike's house on Friday afternoon and spent a pleasant evening visiting with them. Bonnie -- Wally's younger sister -- and Mike have two grown daughters, who also have two young daughters. The youngest little ones were staying over, and it was fun, if a bit high-pitched, to see them.
Saturday, June 28
I got up early this morning and went for a walk before it got too hot. As it was, I ...
... Estonia to Italy. Then France to Spain, down into Morocco. If the political climate allows, hopefully visit some friends in Algeria. Then up into Greece and Turkey. And then Turkey to Dubai. Dubai to Agra India. From there, if again the political climate is fair and all goes well with Compassion International, will hopefully get to visit the little man I've been sponsoring for over a decade. From there to ...
... fascinating juxtaposition. Progressed to Parenting 302 when we came to George's Seurat's 'Sunday Afternoon'. "Hey Connor - where's the monkey? The soldiers? The girl running? How many rowers? Etc etc. I got to stand and enjoy for a good 10 minutes. Bliss!
Enough of the Art Institue - it was enormous and even Aaron begrudgingly admitted it was rather good.
Walked up to State St, which is full of the same shops (apparently) from ...
... style. The oldest house we saw was dated 1801 but we are now sure if they were affected by the great Chicago fire of 1871 and are actually more recent than that. Certainly the brick houses shown were built after the fire.
Of course, the other influence on Chicago architecture is Frank Lloyd Wright who spent the first 20 years of his career here. We did a tour of his house and studio in Oak Park where he lived when ...
... moment thought of giving up God's big show for a mere professorship.' He tirelessly campaigned for the preservation of not only Yosemite but also for the Sierra National Forest and the Sequoia National Park to the south. His cause was heard all the way to the White House, and in 1903, President Theodore Roosevelt camped overnight with Muir in the Yosemite Valley to experience for himself the beauty of the place. His whole life was dedicated to ...