Super 8 Motel - Litchfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a great choice with nice campsites, electricity and a lovely lake that
once was created by a beaver. The beaver is gone but man has improved upon the lake with a dam at each end and a boat ramp for non-gas powered vessels.
I expected mosquito's but only had some gnats and a few flies around the
campsite. I stayed an extra day and took time to walk around the lake (2.4 miles) and then ...
... us. With the rain so heavy we were not planning on going anywhere until it settled. Ideal time to catch up with stuff and contacts. As soon as the rain eased off we left for Jays. We stopped in Farmersville to see what was there, we pass the caddyshack each day, and the square is just behind it. 3 bars, a post office, bank, garage and a park. Not a lot to look at, so moved on. We arrived when jay & marra had finished moving around the boys bedroom. Levi took great delight ...
... on to Girard. One road and should be easy enough, but pmt tension had me gripped to the wheel most of the way trying to stick to plodalong speed. And away from the monster trucks heading towards me. Coming in to a familiar territory and passing Nilwood with its appropriate warning sign. We had heard that "there are cougars out there in them woods, don't be go walking out at night boy". I managed to get us un scathed and in one piece to Jay's, tho Andy I ...
... were here last in July. Oh yes I remember, here visiting their grand kiddies. Yep that was them, now it's our turn. This is home when we visit family. After our cereals, Andy asked for a couple of poached eggs, she came back with 4, 2 each. He then asked for a pot of tea, to which she merrily asked "I did wonder why you didn't have tea yesterday. You mumma sure likes her tea, not that earl Grey tho, I had bought some out, & she waived her finger and told me ...
... which is also on Route 66. It was once a drug store, but changed to an ice cream parlour some many years ago. It has been maintained as it's original state, half as a museum with the original counter and stock on shelves and the other half is very much a 50's style diner. We all had ice cream floaters to cool us down, the kids wanted cookies but we declined as Jay would be getting their tea ready at home. They showed us the giant map that grandpa & grandma ...