Cass House Inn and Restaurant
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... qu'est-ce que t'en dis ? Tu nous entends la tristesse, tu nous entends ? Si tu nous entends c'est qu'toi aussi tu vas bientôt faire ton sac, prendre la première à gauche deuxième à droite puis encore à gauche et aller niquer ta race, félicitations bravo ! Tu nous entends la mort, tu nous entends ? Si tu nous entends sache que tu nous fais pas peur tu peux tirer tout c'que tu veux, on avance quand même tu pourras pas nous arrêter, et ...
... in cali. Now this may seem dumb when your fishing shallow but Pratt has me believing in that rof. It runs over the rocks good and always swims level. You can buy cheap swimbaits but if they don’t run true you’re wasting your time. I bought a crimper and cable at tw and now put my stinger on with that. I put a 1/0 gamagatsu treble ewg short shank in the belly. I don’t like the st66 that most people use. It makes too big a hole when it penetrates. ...
... impressed Jackie.
We went to the Everhoj Museum of History and Art there and were really impressed with the hard work the Danes had put in here. Solvang was just one of a number of Colonies founded by Danish immigrants during the late 19th and early 20th Century. Danish immigration numbers began in the late 1860's.
1. By 1870, 30,000 had settled in the USA;
2. The 1880's added another 90,000;
3. By 1930, 380,000 had immigrated.
... the speed down, so the brakes were frequently engaged and began to burn. Thankfully, Noah, who often gets car sickness fell asleep beforehand, so we did not have to also deal with car sickness. However, Zachary became green around the gills. When we made it through the switchbacks, Michael’s eyes were still twisting back and forth for a while, like in the cartoons! Despite the intensity of this drive, Michael loved it. Too bad he had ...
... about 20 minutes further north, so on our way we went. We followed the signs for the state park, and when we pulled in the ranger was just leaving the station. We also noticed that the price was $35 a night to camp, whoa, and it wasn’t even on the actual beach! We saw the lady putting stuff in her car and pulled around to ask her if there were other places to camp on the beach. She said not on the beach, but close to the beach. We decided to continue a little further ...