Super 8 Olney
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the time in the car. I’ve mentioned naps in the past. These are good and regular for Matt and Izze. Paula sometimes takes a “power nap”. She has a theory that a 15-20 minute nap is better than a 1-2 hour nap. I have only napped once or twice this during our journeys, but I’m definitely in the longer nap category myself.
What I have failed to report is that part of the reason this trip has been ...
What a drive form Wisconsin to Illinois the first 150 miles was ok but the last 150 miles not so much it was raining and the wind was blowing that makes it hard to navigate the motorhome especially the wind but we made it safely and that's a good thing!
We drove to Springfield to go to the Lincoln Home it was nice how they had it set up. His house was very nice for the time Mary had some nice things especially these candle sticks ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...