Super 8 Motel - Litchfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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So today is the last real day for 10 days before the ride to Sturgis and then to Alaska. I forgot what it is like to turn the cold water on from a tap and get real cold water, not warm tap water like in Florida. No cars, no trucks, the silence is deafening! Got to visit with my brother and his family. It was a good day. Now to get ready to ...
Ended a nice visit with Rose, Mike, and Nicole. Had a great time and look forward to the next one. Then on to my home town which was a quick 2 hour ride, just enough to enjoy the day. Tomorrow is visiting day and should get to see my brother and his family. Planning in earnest for the rest of the trip. Whoa, Canada is a big country. One of the odd things about Illinois are the oil wells. I was visiting old dead relatives and one ...
... a nice day we also went to dinner at a Steakhouse called Mavericks they have great food really enjoyed ourselves
we ran into a couple we saw in the Museum they were locals they asked where we had been wished us safe travels very nice people. That is one thing I can saw we have meet some very nice people along the way.
So tomorrow we head home cant wait to see the babies little and big sure miss my family and friends!!
... for help. Some of the crew guys came to the rescue and mounted it back into place again. I actually had to count the tickets inside the tent instead of at the gate because the wind was so bad.
But all in all, it was a lovely, lovely day. Which is good because we’ve had a string of not so good days lately which was making life on the road pretty tedious. Getting closer to friends and family in Indiana, Ohio and Michigan is definitely helping ...
We spent the morning replacing our plumbing system from the holding tanks to the actual dumping drain (is there a name for that?)...well, I say WE, but it was really John. Not because of gender-assigned roles or anything but because it had bested him over the weekend and now it meant war. I assisted with finding tools for him and running for needed parts at the RV store at the campground, but other than that, ...