The Rangeley Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... sexual positions upon this modern variation on the love seat. Oh my god, what kind of place is this? I was too exhausted to care, and climbed into bed. Dawn flipped on the TV. An attractive young women appeared, leafless. This was apparently not a documentary. It had more of a DIY theme to it. Under normal circumstances, this undoubtedly would have piqued my interest, but I just rolled over on my back and groaned. That's when I saw the mirror on the ceiling, and had to ...
... that Portugal has to offer. One city calls itself the Venice of Portugal! Should be interesting. But first I will head 40 minutes west to Sintra a UNESCO World Heritage Site after that it is east to Evora another World Heritage Site with amazing castles and ancient ruins. I'll try to send lots of photos. Please remember this is all new to me so hopefully things will turn out ...
... the day. The kids swam, the grown-ups relaxed and chatted, the Dads played 'Monkey in the Middle' with the kids, we ate a picnic lunch......All in all a perfect way to bring our time together to a close. This was wrapped up nicely by stopping for a giant ice cream at the Weld General Store and we all sat on the front porch while we licked and gnawed our way through the afternoon treat. We then went back to the house and for our final dinner together we had margaritas, ...
... home just before 7pm to a lovely dinner of homemade calzones.
While this was going on, Tim, Brett and the kids made their way back to the camp on the lake and spent the day on the sailboat, tubing, kayaking, swimming, eating hot dogs and hamburgers for lunch and all around relaxing. They packed up the kids and made it home in time to make the calzone dough, prepare all of the fillings, assemble the calzones, put them in the oven and slurp, errr I mean sip, a ...
... for two days after the walk.
We were back to the house just after 6pm and walked into a scene of asian dumplings being assembled in preparation for a group dinner back at the camp on the lake. We pitched in, played our part and soon all 8 of us were heading back to the camp for a potluck dinner. The kids went for a swim in the lake and just as dinner was being served, the thunder clapped over the lake and the kids were quickly rounded up before the storm hit. We all sat down for ...