Pillsbury House Bed & Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... to meet Allison. We spent the evening catching up on old times and relaxing. It was so special to finally meet Waverly, Allison and Paul's daughter, she is such a love! Friday, we were off to Holliston to see the house I grew up in, 289 Willowgate Rise. We stopped by all the landmarks in Holliston- Fiskes General Store, Congregational church, the Public Library, Goodwill Park, Superette, Lake Winthrop, Holliston High, just to name a few. ...
... the shops walk off dinner.
Saturday morning I woke up and it was snowing! I got out skiing at 8:30am and there was about a half inch coating on the ground. This freshened up the mountain considerably. The visibility was fairly poor though in certain areas, so at first I didn’t go any higher than Four Points. I took a couple runs down Rainbow and there was nobody on it. Then I decided to head down Moonlight over to the Sunshine area ...
... in late October. Today I noticed grey leaves on the ground – I don’t think I’ve ever seen fallen steel grey leaves before. The rains of the past three days, traditional in the transitional late season weather, has created a powerful resonance of water rushing around and over giant boulders. We went off the trail today, venturing only about 20 feet to get closer to the brook – at first the gushing ...
... May Alcott Elementary School in the Lake Washington School District] We've had so much American history thrown at us the past two days, it feels like we are cramming for an exam. Let's pray it's pass/fail. It is kind of weird. In Italy, we were in the middle of things that were two thousand years old. Plotted out on a timeline, it made me feel like an infant. Not even potty trained. Our American history timeline makes me feel old - like I am getting. And still needing a ...
... or all of the time..either way it's too much." Patrick said there has been a huge shift in the system. Schools are now run by business people not educationalists, or even people who know about kids. We talked about a similar shift at home and how the academies and free school movement can add to the pressure and dilution of the educational landscape. The crux of the challenge for us as leaders is that the 'trust' or company is there to make money, the ...