Birch Ridge Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... not merit a photograph. The restaurant is known for their guacamole made table side with fresh ingredients. The sangria was sweet, but a nice end to a hot day!
But as good as it was, it did not compare to the tasty dinner Nancie Severs prepared, a very savory blackened mahi mahi, accompanied by a wonderful salad of mixed field greens, orange ...
... than enough! However, we are splurging on the "expensive" $10 tickets for the Budweiser brewery tour in St. Louis. I'm looking forward to seeing the Clydesdale's close up. Not as close as Darcy got to them when she was a kid. Apparently her Dad took the family to see them at a fair in Maine but they were late, so he talked the handler into letting her get INTO the horse trailer WITH the Clydesdale's! Of course, this is the same man who took her and her sisters to ...
We're going to Nashville! Made reservations last night just outside in the town of Springfield. Something less than $100/night including tax. (And 4.5% cash back from Ebates!) Nashville was WAY too expensive. I think the lowest price we found was $166 and it was an Econolodge!
Next up, Louisville. Going to see the ponies at Churchill Downs.
Speaking of Churchill Downs, Happy Kentucky Derby Day! Did you watch? Who did you pick to win? I ...
... www.nps.gov/findapark/passes.htm Well, like I said, it's going to be an expensive trip. No pressure, but if you want to donate there's a nifty PayPal button right on the front page. Well, I've got to go now. This blogging could become an obsession if I'm not careful or so I've been told. Plus we have more planning to get to and our trip is only four weeks away. Y'all come back ...
... Over the past few years "being mindful and being present" has become vogue. The teaching has utility and the practice gifts. But as Mark says, "living in the moment is a luxury. One of us has to think about the future and earn what's needed for it."
Now as I begin life after treatment, or life during remission, or life with cancer as a chronic illness, I struggle with balance. Literally and figuratively. My toe neuropathy (a chemo side ...