Emma'S Cottage House
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... finally coming out. On arrival back at the hotel we couldn't check in to our hotel, Inn at Ellis Square because some of our rooms where not ready. So we decided to go for a walk and went back through the market place and found a store called "the Grateful Hound" which was a very up market type of pet store. The Americans love their pets and we bought Georgie's collars in there, a snake for Jazzy, an alligator for Smudge and a turtle for Boona. I grabbed ...
... where we were moving to. They were amazing and had story upon story for us of their very own adventures of the desert, CA, Mexico, Texas, two hip replacements (him) two knee replacements (her), RVing in their younger years; 60's, 70's and early 80's. We could have listened to them for hours. They have been married sixty-five years and are now in their late eighties. I was in awe of our new found neighbors who were ...
I'm not a fan of the phrase "hump day," but I do love Wednesdays. Since the packers finished up yesterday we had a free day to what else, clean, blehh. We had a small check list that was quickly completed; garage door repairman, check. Last minute laundry, check. Disconnect washer, dryer and internet, check. Clean out fridge, showers, truck, pantry, check, check, check, check......speaking of check, our travel funds are in the bank ...
The packing crew has been here since 9am, there are three of them and they're amazing. Dust is flying everywhere they move so fast. All three seem to be in their mid twenties, very pleasant. For some reason Randy does not want me talking to them and he apologizes to them when I do so. The dogs, Georgia and Jersey, are staying at the spa for the next three nights. Maddie, our fourteen year old scaredy ...
... off, and he was found at the last moment. Eeeeekkk!!
The Chesser Family homesteaded here on the edge of the swamp in the 1800's. They were a hardworking family who used the swamp for food, the land for planting and the buildings to store their food and provisions. The land around the home was usually sand and kept very clean with no weeds or growth. This helped as a firebreak, ...