[SOMEWHERE BETWEEN DUNLAP AND PRINCEVILLE, ILLINOIS] You can watch the rain fall for a week in April and wonder what kind of shape the Rock Island Trail is in. Or you can watch the rain fall, then go and find out. Let’s just say the trail would have been a bit more enjoyable had it contained more rock and fewer islands.
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