The Golden Oak Inn Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... us a while to find Zoro, who typically hides when he is scared or uncertain what is going on. Eventually, Ben found him downstairs in the guest room.
Beth said that as soon as she got home in Tuscaloosa, Miley came out to greet her, so I'm sure that was very nice!
So that wraps up our 2015 vacation and this blog. We are looking forward to our next adventure, whatever that may ...
... at Zion Adventure Company to pick up some specialized hiking boots and socks for a planned hike into The Narrows on Sunday morning.
So, we're looking forward to the trip! Nothing left to do but get ourselves to the airport tomorrow morning. I hope everyone enjoys the blog over the next couple of weeks. We'll be sharing a lot of photos, videos, and stories throughout.
Talk to everyone soon!
Monday Nov 17th
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