Carole's Bed & Breakfast Inn
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... thoughtful eyes of our Grandchildren: Madelene and Drew. We have hopefully instilled in their young lives a sense of wonderment, curiosity, and interest about all the similarities and differences among people and cultures on this small planet we call home.
We are always amazed when we travel to see and learn new things, remember the history of how these events shaped the world we live in now and wonder how it may shape the future.
... a real deluge that lasted the rest of the way until we passed the wind farms. At that point we were only a few miles from our destination.
At the Sands RV Resort we were guided in to our very tight spot and started the set up. One of the rear levelling jacks was sinking into the gravel so I arranged to get another site, packed up, moved into another tight site, got set up, and found we weren’t getting any cable. One the bright side – the WiFi is the best we have ever ...
... were done with their flight, but they only rested a moment before they took off again, taking their game to new heights, twists, and twirls. It was fascinating to watch this go on for almost twenty minutes. I met some wonderful people at the summit, each with a story of their own to tell, and you could see the joy in their faces, one after the other, as they reached the top and looked out at the city below. These were happy people. People who were thirsty for adventure and ...
... the Seaport area down by the marina, which is basically to bottom of Gas lamp district. There a few restaurant to pick from but we settle on Busters boathouse ... and a spot on the patio for some grub. Fish and chips... can't go wrong with that and it turns out to be a good choice. Now... not as good as Cresent City, but it was good.. must be the fact that it taste better by the ocean?
All topped up on food, we head off ...
... not a strong desire to visit the Zoo. My family had just visited this zoo two years ago and so we weren't too eager to go back even though we didn't get to see all of it. Sorry giant panda's, you'll have to get adored by some other families.
So, instead of taking in the animal viewing we headed to the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center. My kids are stacking up the charts on the number science centers they have visited throughout the country. We enjoy ...