The Marriott Ranch Bed and Breakfast
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... one player doing that—clumped over there in his cleats and stood in line with the rest of the crowd. I guessed he was last night’s starting pitcher? Hard to imagine that the coaches don’t frown on buying ice cream in the middle of the game if there’s any possibility you might have to play!)
... declaration. When Mississippi drafted their declaration, they made it even more clear: “Our position is thoroughly identified with the institution of slavery — the greatest material interest of the world, Its labor supplies the product which constitutes by far the largest and most important portions of the commerce of the earth. . . . A blow at slavery is a blow at commerce and civilization" Destroying slavery is equal to destroying ...
... without “me time”. It reminded me that I need to be willing to ask for those things that keep me refreshed.
I discovered that I do not have trust issues. I was surprised to discover that some members of the team needed more detail about what we would be doing. Information I very seldom had. I trusted Brian to always have all our logistics taken care of on the mission and trusted that he had all the “I”s dotted and ...
The day was beautiful as we rode into some picturesque wooded lanes trying to find the Mason - Dixon line.
The line was surveyed in 1763 by Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon to settle a boundary dispute although it is more widely known as the boundary between North and South (free and slave states).
The line was marked by stones every mile and Crown stones every five miles. Michelle and I both like these sort of historical monuments so hunting them down ...