Howlers Inn Bed & Breakfast and Wolf Sanctuary
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... chair” is established as a stark steel chair descends on cables from the Gods. All of the scenes with her at the controls then revolve around her sitting on this chair, dead center, facing front, with her right hand on an imagined horizontal control and her left hand on a vertical control, These are some powerful scenes with the projections of a mock battle screen covering full stage, complete with numbers flashing, and shadowy black figure moving on ...
... Tom and 4 children (Issac, Yuri, Asher, Ila) arrive after driving from Durango Colorado. Now the little house is getting filled up.
Dave and Nancy have rented a log home for the week so all their family can stay together. We loaded our car and off we both went to get them moved in. Look at the pictures of this place the scenery is spectacular. The reception will be in the barn next door on Saturday.
... for our traditional Coke, a big one this time, as Dave had been frugal with his water, not wanting us to run out. The staff had gone ahead and after we rested, they called us with directions to the motel. The last 5 miles through town were fast and easy, even with the traffic. We found the motel without a problem, and within half an hour were in the swimming pool! But before long we saw lightning and heard thunder ...
... 5000km. To date. There is a dog 3 doors down that keeps on yapping and crying. There is also a wedding going on here so I bet that's where the owners are. I can't complain though as my girls are at a hotel tonight and they brought Molly with them. I bet she is doing the exact same thing. Although Molly settles down after 5 minutes or so. I don't know how the other 2 dogs are doing by them selves. If ...
... cheese curds, summer sausage, and trail mix, and enjoying a couple of chapters from an A to Z Mystery, we waited out the rain. Micah and Zola were such troopers. While crossing a small streamlet, Zola slipped and sat down in an inch of water. She was none too happy about it, but she tromped on. We all had cold wet feet. By the time we reached Behive Basin, the sun was shining and spirits were high. We picked a beautiful tent spot, ate ...