The Heartland Spa & Fitness Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... showed me around, gave me closing up instructions, and opened a garage for me to park my bike by a tractor. She said all they ask for in return for my stay is a thank you note in their scrapbook. I think it's so sweet that they offer special accommodations to travelers. The park would have been fine, but this is amazing. The building ended up being the mayor's office. There was a cot set up on the ...
Beth had to take off after this morning, so she un-make-up-ed (I'm not entirely sure that’s a word, but it is right now!), we said our goodbyes, and took off for Watseka. We were meeting up with Sara, who works in the same office as our sponsor contact (he was out of town and unable to meet us today), at the local library for the first show. She arrived just as John was starting, so we said some ...
... this morning and overcast, too. Greg and I went for a bike ride down to edge of river. Some people were fishing and others were putting in a collapsible boat, no more than12ft. How 3 went fishing in it, with all their fishing gear, I don’t know. The current of the river is fast flowing, the boat wouldn’t be able to go up stream with their battery operated motor. We saw the car later parked ...
Today was a lot of (cold) fun with past staff and new recruits. Another camp set up a table next to us complete with s'mores. Good grief. But our camp is in the mountains. Winner! Today Austin and Scott Fischer even stopped by to see us a few times! It was good seeing my adopted cousins again. Headed back home in the morning!! I think we're all looking forward to sleeping in our own ...
... then crossed a draw bridge over the Kankakee River on Brandon Street with a great view of a lock and dam; but my attention was drawn to this sponginess I felt while peddling. Yes, you guessed, I had my first flat . Yea! The road had fast rolling trucks flying by and I was changing a bike tire. After we finished cleaning the mud off we were back on the road weaving through neighborhoods until we finally landed on the Wauponse Trail. We rode for a about 15 miles on ...