Autumn In Peoria
On a nice autumn Sunday, we drove around Peoria enjoying the scenery.
Cathedral and Bishop's Home.
A pair of brilliant maples.
Hanhan and a 500 year old tree.
Hanhan and the history of the tree.
A fine example of the houses along High Street in Peoria.
Another well kept home.
Another newer, but still cool home on High Street.
A Chinese restaurant on Main Street.
The Chinese grocery where we shop.
Heading down Main Street hill.
Hanhan taking a photo.
The old National Bank building.
In front of Jim's Steakhouse, the best dining in town.
Two banks, old and new.
A lawyer's office building.
Hanhan and Abe Lincoln at the courthouse.
Hanhan reading the inscription.
Empty street for being in the center of town.
No activity in any direction.
Not a soul around and about.
Peoria City Hall.
A cool stone building that Hanhan likes.
A view of the Illinois River.
The heart of Downtown Peoria.
St Francis Hospital in the medical district. Gary was born here!
A different perspective of the downtown area.
One lone tree has changed into its fall colors.
Heading up Fondulac Drive we see more trees changing color.
All around the town the colors are becoming bright and beautiful.
One of the bridges to Peoria.
Hanhan likes the bridge, so you get to see it twice.
Golden leaves against the blue sky.
Trees frame the river along Grandview Drive.
One of the many stone houses along Grandview Drive.
A typical farm on the bottom land along the river.
A boater taking advantage of a rare warm day in October.
Enjoy the scenery, we did.
Another "grand view".
Crazed jet ski rider.
A party boat heading upriver.
One lone golden tree attracts our attention.
A castle along the drive. Nice place!