Stone Manor Vineyard & Orchard B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... me. The 2 girls were at Cindy's 2 years ago but are now 2 years older. Lovely to see the progress they've made. After the children went home, I showed Cindy some of my photos from Orange and also from my trip so far. Talked more after dinner till bedtime. Took photos from the plane with my camera, so can't add any in here. So might put in some other photos from Washington DC. ...
... come; the moment when I know I would have to say goodbye. Goodbye to the husband I love, Goodbye to my beautiful dogs, Goodbye to my garden, even Goodbye to that ******** Robin that keeps ******** on my car. Although I'm starting to wonder if goodbye is the right phrase.
After all, I am coming back; I will see my home again. It's rare in the American lexicon of English that ...
For the past week I've been consumed with a mixture of excitement, anxiety, and awe that I'm actually getting this opportunity to see both Turkey and Greece. Now that the day is finally here I find myself getting ecstatic about every little thing we do that gets us a step closer to ...
... not exist - that race is simply a social term we've developed to rationalize why people look differently from ourselves. Really awesome film, and I do highly recommend it. And maybe I'll write about it one day. But not today. Today I'm going to write about why America needs a puppy.
Today some guy whom I'd never heard of named Aaron Alexis woke up and decided it would be a good idea to go to my father's place of business and shoot ...
... sweaters, dresses, blouses, curling iron, various sets of shoes… gotta represent for my country, dude! But representing is heavy.
A lot of people have recently been asking me what exactly I’ll be doing at Oxford. To be perfectly honest, I’m not entirely sure. I am there in an administrative role for the American exchange students, and I know I’m in charge of discipline ...