MeadowLark Farm Bed and Breakfast

180 Union Corners Road, Warwick, New York, 10990, United States | B&B
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    The Word 'Travel' Has Many Meanings, Ya Know

    A travel blog entry by rangerrick247 on Jun 26, 2013

    ... turned these visits into romantic ones, adventurous ones, or perhaps even horrendous ones. Hell, you might even find a way to turn a visit to a recycling center romantic if you tried. These trips, and I can guarantee that all trips, can become what you make of them. Just go there with an idea of what you might want to do and perhaps an idea of what you might to accomplish and turn it into a journey you’ll never forget. Of course planning is always a necessity ...

    Good News, Bad News

    A travel blog entry by pedfri01 on Dec 08, 2009

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    ... br> The recruiter is not sure how long it will take. It could be days, weeks, months etc. He is optimistic that everything will work out, and I choose to agree with him.

    I cant feel sorry for myself. Over the weekend i found out that one of my good friends lost his 3 year old daughter to brain cancer. I feel sorry for him and his family. My problems are nothing compared to his, and countless other people in the world today. It certainly helps to keep things in ...

    True Story

    A travel blog entry by pedfri01 on Nov 18, 2009

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    ... active, but i couldn't get too much rest either. hmmm. quite a balancing act. the day consisted of her continuously staring at me to make sure i wouldn't drop dead at any moment.

    it gets better. my sister called my aunt who started some kind of phone tree with everyone who has ever met me ( and many who have not). given that we Latinos love to embellish a good story, especially when there is blood involved, i ...

    Frickin Stanleys

    A travel blog entry by pedfri01 on Nov 03, 2009

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    ... them), write a narrative of my adventure with Stanley, and mail it back to the school. oh, and by the way, it is all due back in texas by friday. wtf? of stanley i can honestly say, I'm just not that into you. Ive had BFs that have required less effort than stanley (true story). i smiled coyly to myself this morning when i was finally able to shove those ninjas into the mailbox. vaya con dios, mis amigos...

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    So this is the end

    A travel blog entry by leahj86 on Jul 18, 2008

    ... service - which I attended, the camp looked amazing. Surprisingly we had around 30 participants (out of 180ish) left. At six thirty we had the whole camp up and doing a final clean and packing. Then we met to do a final song session and the buses left at 10.45 and the RAs were sent straight to bed to sleep. We were told to be up for lunch at 12.30. Not many us slept as it was around 30 degrees in the cabins already. We given the afternoon off to relax ...