Illinois - Country Burgundy & Sage This high-quality braided rug is made by American workers at our family-owned business in the North Carolina Mountains. It is made from Naturalized Olefin, which is a synthetic, polypropylene yarn that is extremely durable, yet soft enough for use indoors. It is color fast and washable. Visit  http://www.stroudbraidedrugs.com/ for more details.

Illinois - Country Burgundy & Sage This high-quality braided rug is made by American workers at our family-owned business in the North Carolina Mountains. It is made from Naturalized Olefin, which is a synthetic, polypropylene yarn that is extremely durable, yet soft enough for use indoors. It is color fast and washable. Visit http://www.stroudbraidedrugs.com/ for more details.

Starved Rock State Park, Illinois. Really making it a goal to get there this spring! Looks beautiful

Starved Rock State Park, Illinois. Really making it a goal to get there this spring! Looks beautiful

Travel | Illinois | Route 66 | Road Trip | Roadside Attractions | Bizarre | Unique

You Must Visit These 9 Bizarre Route 66 Attractions In Illinois

Travel | Illinois | Route 66 | Road Trip | Roadside Attractions | Bizarre | Unique

Greetings from Illinois  State Map Postcard  by heritagepostcards, $3.00

Greetings from Illinois - State Map Postcard - State Symbols

Greetings from Illinois State Map Postcard by heritagepostcards, $3.00

The 11 Very Best Day Trips You Can Possibly Take In Illinois

The 11 Very Best Day Trips You Can Possibly Take In Illinois

Myopic Books | 23 Hidden Gems You Must Visit In Chicago

23 Hidden Gems You Must Visit In Chicago

Weird #Illinois: 15 Strangest Landmarks in the Land of Lincoln

Weird Illinois: 15 strangest landmarks in Illinois

Took a stroll down Navy Pier - Chicago. Walking and taking in the beautiful view is completely free - individual exhibits cost, but completely worthwhile just to watch the boats in the harbor and the people (of course!).

Took a stroll down Navy Pier - Chicago. Walking and taking in the beautiful view is completely free - individual exhibits cost, but completely worthwhile just to watch the boats in the harbor and the people (of course!).

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