Super 8 Motel - Galesburg
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... It was completely unnecessary and weird, but I appreciated his enthusiasm. Meanwhile, a motorcyclist was trying to chime in with route info. They were talking over each other, and it felt awkward. I never even needed the information, and I was just getting bombarded. It kind of shows how excited people can get about my trip though. It started getting near dusk so I walked over to the church and set up camp. I was trying to go unnoticed, but some people were riding horses on ...
... back to her place this morning which is about an hour away. She is returning later with the kids to stay. Its Tonya's birthday today! Vikki is leaving to fly home in another few hours. We will be here until the 12th Jan and then we will be heading back on the big train to Washington DC and then another train to Newport news in Virginia. Hopefully no break downs this time! In one part of the country they were advising people not to even go outside ...
Up early we set off to hire a car. With the plan to head up the quad cities and stay there overnight. Unfortunately for us all the small cars were hired out so we had to take a bigger car altering our plans. So after an hour to finally hiring a car we also made one guys day before we left he had never met an Australian before and he got to meet two in one day. So we set off on a day trip headed up the highway to the quad ...
... girls who act like they're afraid of clowns VERY LOUDLY and a man in a store who couldn't wrap his head around John not being embarrassed about being a clown. Hah. The folks at the library were really nice and the gas at Casey's was the cheapest we've seen in awhile ($3.49/gal).
We took off around 11:30am for Carthage, IL and drove through cornfields for an hour...I definitely prefer that to the outskirts of Chicago!
... they were at least quiet and respectful while the younger kids enjoyed it. Whew!
All in all, John did seven programs today and he was a total rock star...an exhausted with absolutely no energy left rock star, but a rock star nonetheless. We finished the day back at the YMCA, where he proceeded to make around 50 balloon animals for the Kids Club there. Wow...this town DEFINITELY knows a circus is coming!