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Travel Blogs from Gilman
... had a great time and the teachers thanked us for stopping by.
We were done after that, so we ate lunch while parked in the church parking lot and tried to find a thrift store along our route to Beecher, IL, but to no avail. Thankfully there was a Pilot truck stop only 30 minutes away along our route that had a dumping station, so we took care of business there and made our way to Beecher. ...
Friday 28th June
Moved onto Kanakee River State Park. The boys wanted to go to the drags at Joliet. Arrived, set up and the boys went to the drags at 3pm. This was a tight parking spot. I didn’t do much, surfed the net. Nat came over after dinner and we chatted till the boys got home about 9:30pm.
Saturday 29th June
We had some rain through the night, everything is rather muddy ...
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 ...
After listening to the weather forecast, and then giving it some debate, we decided to dodge the rain to Kankakee. We figured if it rained we would at least be riding on either the Wauponse Glacial Trail or the Kankakee River Trail, and not having to deal with traffic; and for only 52 miles (said with a smirk!)! The ride started ok because our first mission was to cross over/under I-80 and then weave through an industrial neighborhood. It was all down hill, so that was ...
... camping was not a waste of time we found about
10 flamingos browsing through the tidal flats and as always they made
Again it was through the small
villages and the total chaos, of course was Friday and one village
looked like it also had a major market today, and for the next 10 km or
so, we passed people walking, cycling, riding donkeys, in horse and
carts, and finally we passed a pickup that was delivering a load ...