Daybreak Farm Bed and Breakfast
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... We stayed at the Paris hotel. Out from our window we could see the pool and the Belligo fountain and also the Eiffle Tower. One night we went to see the V the Varitey Show it was really fun than we went up into the Eiffle Tower and saw the Belligo fountain go off.So that was Las Vegas. Now were taling about Sedona. Well I'll talk about the fun part!!!!! So the fun par is ......... THE PINK JEEP TOUR!!!!!! The Pink Jeep Tour was an off roading ...
- I arrived without incident. Visited for a while. Enjoyed the nice weather until the storms came. A tree down the street broke in half!
- Jack is the newest member of the ABK's. Since he is only 7 months old he thinks the world is his personal chewy toy.
- I apologize to every one for my poor communication skills this past week. I must have had a dark cloud over my email send ...
... morning while the rest of us enjoyed some homemade pancakes.
Wendy (patent lawyer) and Elbert (IBM) drove in from nearby New York area on Saturday and we all hung out catching up on work and family.
Sunday, after meeting with Anu Magal (Shalabh's high school friend who lived in the area), the 3 families had a picnic in the park and played a fun kickball game. Great weekend meeting friends and ...
... is 7.30am wake up. The girls get 30 minutes to get ready and then we have an 8am line up which is doing stupid things like funny dances or songs etc. Breakfast is at 8.15 and we have about a 5 minute walk to the dining hall. At 9.30am the kids are at their morning class, or at tennis and golf on other campuses while we complete daily tasks. Lunch is at 12pm and the kids have until 1.15pm to be at their afternoon class. Time off for us is generally from 1pm-4pm depending on ...
... The guide suddenly mentioned it, saying that this was the chair that George Washington always sat in, being Commander in Chief of the Army. He told us about one man who had famously stated that he had sat in that room many times and stared at that sun just like I was, and he could never tell if it was rising or setting. And then on July 4th 1776, as 16 men signed their names and the United States was born, he realised for ...