Pheasant Run Resort and Convention Center
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... with dinner...DELICIOUS. Store bought tomatoes don't have anything on freshly picked from the garden tomatoes).
The hour and a half drive back to Peru was in the midst of rush hour again, so we received a lot of interesting looks as we crawled through traffic...one car even slowed down next to us so she could take a photo of J.P. I wonder how many photos of us are on the internet this week as we drove back and forth on I80?
... as she smiles on all the personal effects of the Little Flower.
Besides many pictures of her and drawings depicting significant events in her life, the Shrine also has a wonderful 27 minute video on her life and spirituality.
Because Therese is a Carmelite and was so dedicated to Our Lady of Mount Carmel, there is on one side a collection of statues of Our Lady of Mount Carmel from all over the world. Because ...
... of Wedding Gifts plus what Jess and Aaron had needed during the past 7 months of living in Wheaton while house hunting after their wedding…
It was hard to say good-bye to our Odyssey Home in Wheaton but wandered over to the new house while they were doing the walk-through and signing papers….
... sheepishly and laughed, "Dere's one dere, Daddy!"
Soon we crossed Tamm bridge and were in the zoo, passing the new south entrance and the Hermann Fountain, full of sea lion statuary. More fake animals!
We did see real Galapagps tortoises, only slightly smaller than the ones in the park across the interstate. We made a beeline got the brand new pinniped exhibit in the middle of the zoo. They were working on it for over a year and I missed seeing the sea ...
... my dinner reservation so I walked north along the lake shore to the Buckingham Fountain, a Chicago landmark in the center of Grant Park. The rococo wedding cake-styled fountain is one of the largest in the world. I then continued heading north to Millennium Park. It's a pleasant stroll through mostly parkland along the lake from the Museum Campus to Millennium Park,
Millennium Park is ...