Honey Hollow Farm Bed And Breakfast
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4) - PIGS
There are 2 pigs here, they may as well be called Rhino's because they're so big! Rachaun and Lizzy. Rachaun is a beast he lives on his own in his own enclosure I'm not allowed in there with him because he doesn't like anyone in there apart form Matt, so when i'm feeding him I dump his food over the side for him, he could cause some serious damage! Thursday just gone, we had finished our jobs and me and Mette had just ...
... beach. No one was at the beach because there was a storm warning and it wasn't safe to swim in the water. Though sticking my feet in the water and sand, and seeing the waves crash was good enough for me.
Throughout the two weeks I spent a lot of time at the beach and the boardwalk. There is always something fun to do in New ...
... when we started thinking the logistics of the trip is that we asked the children where they wanted to be on their birthdays. Michael, Jr. was born on September 12 and wanted to be on Mount McKinley (! - yes that Mount McKinley) for his birthday. Kristi's birthday is next chronologically on November 12 and she wanted to be in (luckily - logistically speaking) Disneyland (Ca.) and Katie wanted to be in Hawaii ...
... I was a little worried. We managed to find our shuttle. Subash instantly fell asleep. I on the other hand was at awe at the sheer size of JFK Airport. It took an hour to get to Port Authority where I woke up Subash. His jaw dropped at the size of everything. It looked like daylight, but we had no time to appreciate it as we had to catch a bus and it was already 9:45. When we got to the ticket machine we thought we knew what we were doing, despite the fact that there were ...
I spent the entire month of May in my home in Philadelphia and tomorrow will be my last full day here before I leave for my "holiday," as my helpful packing app Saving Grace calls it. I am excited, overwhelmed - in fact, it's been an exciting and overwhelming month. In the past 25 days, I've had an adequate amount of time to reflect on the many relationships that I've made in my life. For starters, my mama and I have become exceptionally close and it's comforting being able ...
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