Camellia's Travel Posts

Hats as we all know are a head covering which are worn over one's head for various reasons. Those reasons could be, to keep the cold out, or for graduation, or…

Being the second largest city in Illinois; Aurora, is one of Chicagoland's outer suburbs. It has a population of approximately 199,000 people and is also…

Aurora was originally two villages: East Aurora, incorporated in 1845,on the east side of the river, and West Aurora, formally organized on the west side of…

One of the things I enjoy doing is challenging myself to take photos while driving. Wait! Before I go further, since I can see you scratching your head and…

Bordering two lakes, Holland State Park is divided into two separate units-one has a gorgeous white sand beaches along the Lake Michigan Shoreline and the other…

Saugatuck, was originally a lumber town and port, founded in 1830 by William C. Butler the first European-American settler. At first it was known as "Kalamazoo…

The desire for a change of scenery and some rest and relaxation, created a trip to Holland. This is not the Holland that is found in the Netherlands, but rather…

You know what is wrong with our country?.......... ............................we seem to have a shortage of names! I bet as soon as you saw the word Atlanta,…

Illinois's Grand Prairie is spotted with groves, small patches of land where local terrain conditions discouraged prairie fires and allowed trees to reach…

Driving down further and deeper on The Mother Road and into this small community, I spotted Funks Grove Church and the cemetery. The church itself, due to…

Traveling down Route 66, The Mother Road, I decided to stop in Funks Grove. After all it is the Covid era and traveling is limited. Therefore, taking the roads…
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