Fairfield Place Bed and Breakfast Inn
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Yesterday, when we went by the OV-10 museum and it was closed, I emailed the contact person on the website and asked if anyone would be at the museum on Tuesday. This morning, he replied that someone would be there between 9 and noon today. So after a quick breakfast at the base bowling alley (recommended as the best breakfast on base, and it was pretty good!), we headed back to the museum.
Jack Thompson was the man at the museum today, and he ...
... loose little money which was very unusual for him. He said he got it out of his system for another year. Heard freight train near by at night plus lots of birds chirping in the background. One night and on our way to Vicksburg, LA for site of many Civil War battles. Staying two ...
... with dual tips and a
front to back aluminum awning that covers the majority of their driveway, along
with a nice sized garden shed for all of $8500.00. Up until this point they had
always rented. They are quite happy with their decision, and as we had become
good friends they were genuinely remorseful that Angie, Ford and I would not be
returning to Paradise the following year. We actually received that same kind
of good feelings from a number ...
... expensive to maintain, and only the wealthy live in them.
After our tour we got one of the Beignet's from Cafe Mundo and enjoyed it immensely. We found a great place for dinner and in between the tour and our pick up time of 8:00 p.m. we walked up and down just about every street that looked interesting, people watched, watched street performers, saw two weddings and one group of wedding goers with a police escort marching down the street complete with ...
On the way back from Florida, I stopped to visit with the Trees- Tom and Kathleen and their five boys: Seth Peter, Isaac, Joel, Elijah and Benjamin. Tom was a member of St. Paul's during his formative years for ministry, went to the Diocese of Albany (NY) for his Diaconate and some six years of priestly ministry restoring life to St. Augustine's in Ilion, NY, then back to Lafayette at Ascension for several years ...