Super 8 Olney
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Good morning we are on the road again. first stop of the day and last stop in Terre Haute the Irishman Covered Bridge built in 1845.It was moved to Fowler Park in 1971 to preserve it. We picked up some Photo Bombers in Effingham at the Corvette Museum. The three pigs Effie, Effel, ...
... had also kindly came over early from her home to say a goodbye.
So off we go to Nashville, the weather is rainy, misty and weird but it makes a nice relaxing drive through the hills and forest. Along the way, I fit a quick 10-20minute powernap in, and then pass the time by catching up on the blogging on the laptop. We stopped about an hour out from Nashville for fuel and to stretch our legs.
... Queen for some extra motivation to get to Indiana. From Olney it was about 45 miles to to Indiana. I decided to see if I could make it all the way to the state line and I did. I rode into Indiana and about a mile past the state line into a town called Vencennes. The town was really cool and had historical buildings and monuments all over. Tomorrow I will ride to Bedford Indiana which is about 70 miles. Today I rode 147 miles. ...
... us after our next stop. None was found. We left the saddle shop for the remaining 6 miles to the Briarwood Inn in Fairfield, Illinois. A redeeming factor on these rough and windy days is riding by the farms, because we love when the cows and horses take notice of us, the look, the stare. Usually some stroll over to the fence to study us as we ride by; we suspect they spot our bright red or yellow bags. When we're on state roads we ride single file so we really don't, or ...
... was out of the south at 10-15 mph. We couldn't wait to get off the highway, as much if not more for the wind than for the traffic! We will soon discover AGAIN "watch what you wish for" when our route finally takes us onto back county roads! We turned off of 45 and passed through Louisville, IL, (I threw in the IL for those of you who need the clarification!) pop. 1200, and is the Clay County Seat with a distinguished county building. Our route was ...