Riggins with little brother Charlie and little sister Sadie.


Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Tuesday Thoughts.

After two days absence I figured I better get a post put to let you know things are fine here with Donna & I here at the Weeb Ranch, just not a lot going on, we have had a delightful spell of cooler temps, but it will start going into the middle 80s tomorrow. Had some on and off rain today though.

Donna has some sort of a bug the last couple days, and I had a fever today, must be something going around.

I have been thinking of maybe a side trip up to Union Il. to visit the Illinois Railroad Museum, supposed to have a huge collection of restored equipment there. If anyone has been there and knows of a campground close let us knw, It is close to Chicago, and I don’t know of many campgrounds in Chicagoland.

Other than that all is well and the mutso’s are having fun playing. Hope all is well with all our friends out there. Be safe. Sam & Donna….


  1. Sure hope both of you feel better really quick. We avoided Chicago so have no idea what the campgrounds are like up that way. Hopefully, somebody chimes in.

  2. I am just now getting back to ready the blogs after the computer was on the blink for so long. I hope you and Donna get to feeling better. There has been a stomach virus going around I know of. Boy am I avoiding those folks. Great header photo, just want to give him a big pat on the head :)

  3. Go to Rochelle, IL too to see the diamond tracks. They have a nice little park there you can watch the trains very close. It is fun. We slept in a Walmart just N of Rochelle.

  4. There's Rockcut State Park in Rockford or Chain-O-Lakes State Park to the northeast. Don't know about any private parks.

  5. We never go that direction for much, but Rockford must have some...

  6. You could stay at the Blackhawk Valley campground where we are. There is also a KOA near the museum however I can't recommend it, the sites are too darn small.

    Here is a link for Blackhawk, if you come out let us know we'd love to say hi!

    Safe Travels!