Pomegranate House & Cottages B&B
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... toying with the safety latch that securely held her in place.... Hmmmm... The spirit of Scarlett O'Hara was alive and well in that room!!! At 18 months, Miss Elina has all the charms--and wiles--of a true Southern Belle. Elina is quite a fan of music, and her tastes are varied. She can shake her bootie to the beat of the B52's "Sugar Shack" or stomp her feet to the snap of Salsa. Her favorite dance move is turning in a circle until she makes ...
... have to unhook the truck. This will not do. So, I moved to another site, unlevel, get hooked up, the trailer is cooling down ever so slowly. I am sitting under a tree, smoking a cigar. Next is a glass of Jamison's. Needless to say, this KOA will not be on my return trip. And, I will write a non-flattering review. So, tomorrow we head out and pick up I 30 which takes us through Tennessee. Never, never, never, travel in this part of country during the month of ...
The original plan this morning was to hop back in the plane and reposition it over to Mineral Wells Airport just north of the town of Millsap, where Jamie now lives. We planned to stay there for tonight and fly out from there tomorrow. Unfortunately, the weather had different plans for us. The rain was coming down in waves with no chance of clearing, so we called American Aero FBO to see if they had a rental car company on the field. Our revised plan ...
Our departure is one week away and the anticipation is building. But first final exams are between us and our taxing down the runway for our long flight. Can't wait to eat the freshest sushi on the planet, to take in a sumo match and baseball game, and visit the World Heritage sites that are a testament to the Japanese preservation of history. Wishing everyone the best on your finals and don't forget - PACK LIGHT! Dr. ...
... me to our spot. Harley had jumped out of the coach by now and the man, being quite the dog lover, asked if I had a leash so he could walk Harley to the spot while I moved the coach. He cemented the friendship with a large dog biscuit.
We pulled in and noticed that the grass next to the coach was quite muddy. This place got 2" of rain in about 30 minutes two days ago so it was no wonder. The man agreed that this might not be the best space and moved us over ...