Henderson Castle Inn Bed & Breakfast
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... of the gym twice during a workout one time, we got kicked out of the weight room...then went to an empty dance studio...got kicked out of there too...so we ended up doing push ups in the hall way. Actually this happened more than once, we've been kicked out of the weight room twice many times.
Two events in China put my declining fitness in perspective. First thing was when I was at the hot springs with my friends ...
... so I took the liberty to take a selfie in the mirror. However keep in mind that this photo is not an accurate representation of my physical appearance due to the fact that:
a) I didn't do an ab set right before so...doesn't really count
b) The photo is unfiltered. Since every mirror picture is filtered nowadays, my unaltered photo just isn't realistic on any social media.
Either way, even ...
Hi everyone, I'm a little emotional right now because I just got home from my last Steak N' Shake run for the next three months...*wipe away tears* I will miss the 1000 calorie shakes, the "meals under $4" menu, and the 2-4am happy hours. While I'm here I might as well start reviewing my experience; practice a little before reviewing the real stuff ...
... for the short 1hr drive to ' the Zoo' as he calls it to meet with his old buddy Jack, retired CEO, the only one to have visited us in Oz, and wife Cynthia,recently retired from HR; Butch, retired school teacher; Jerry (Ollie Olsen) and wife Maggie,still active in real estate. We met for a drink and lunch in a sports bar, a cavernous venue with gigantic big screens playing sports games,blessedly without sound and only one other person present! It ...
... with plans for a major renovation. On April 25, 2003, construction began on a new 120,000-square-foot (11,000 m2) facility that doubled the museum's size and added flight simulators, amusement rides, Smithsonian Institution exhibitions, character actors, and a 4-D theater that combines 3-D films with special effects such as ...