Super 8 Olney
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... chad & poppy come over next, to put down their names, and when they come with their kids to do the same. All feeling successful and having got the kids hooked too and wanting now to find one on our holiday in St Louis. (What has Jas started, like a ripple affect across the world). Heading home, the kids revealed its the longest walk Georgia had ever had. Once back, in to Homework routine, so I got Levi to join in with his book and had his attention for a good while. While ...
... so we all played out in the massive garden with the kids and midges, they just love me. Garden chores and health & safety inspections made. We headed off for some pumpkin picking in Auburn. It's a pick your own & donate in the pot set up. It was great fun searching for whole pumpkins, by not mistaking half rotten ones, rummaging around in the undergrowth with the crickets and my friends the midges. The kids done a great job gathering their ...
... into my day. I stopped for lunch in a town called Loogootee and ate left over pizza from yesterday and then hit the road again. From there I had to climb rolling hills surrounded by forests for about 20 miles. Then it was an easy flat ride into Bedford. My legs were a little sore today for yesterday's 150 mile ride but not too bad. I could ...
... roll when i got to Carlyle which was about 40 miles into my day. I maintained about a 25 mph speed all day which piles on miles fast. Every once in a while I would encounter a few hills which seemed to never go downhill on the back side. I rode into Flora which is about 85 miles from where I started. We ate pizza whcih was a good late lunch for me and took off again. 23 miles after Flora I got to a town called Olney and got ...
... great grand nephew! He walked out with us to enjoy a cup of coffee on the front porch. We left the the restaurant and rode about only 4 miles and pulled over for water in front of a shop that sold western clothing and saddles. Devon thought this was a little blessing, her slim chance to get more horse liniment, a therapeutic gel for sore muscles, which they didn't have any. The owner, Rochelle, had several questions for us and she also looked on her computer for ...