August Seven Inn Luxury Bed and Breakfast
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... It sure was good as you can see by the pictures. We even got a tomato from her garden. Also, chips, pickles and onion to top it off. The perfect beginning of a Memorial Day weekend.
After dinner, Leon and I got into his golf cart and we headed to the “boat yard.” This is a place where residents store any type of boat, RV, trailer or other item that won’t be appropriate for storage at their home. It is also where Leon ...
... h17" or at least something along those lines. I collected Harley up and walked him, on his leash, around the area for a few minutes.
One thing I haven’t yet mentioned is the squirrels that are residents of the park. They are all over the place. Harley really wants to play with them, but for some reason they run up a tree when he approaches. They have actually gotten real good at tormenting Harley by running around and ...
... off now.
After about four hours of fun in the sun, well, actually shade, we decided to pack up and head back home. I say home because we have been here for five days already so it is starting to feel like home. We decided to check out a different way to exit the beach and found out that it is much faster than the route we took getting there. I suspect we will be coming back at least one more time while we are here.
As you ...
... good. Leon grabbed the bill before we knew what happened. He is as sneaky as my dad was. Thanks for dinner!
We stopped for a couple of pictures and then headed back home. We plan to head back to the beach tomorrow.
Well, the exciting part of the day is over so I am finishing my blog and doing some relaxing. Tomorrow may not be too exciting for those of you in the audience, but I am sure something of interest could come up.
See you ...
... they put into this project.
Now that we've returned, it's time for a bit of a reality-check, and a lot of catching-up after such a long absence. As yet, no overt symptoms of withdrawal seem to be plaguing us, but it's only a matter of time before we yearn for a baguette, or reminisce about the people we met and the amazing sights we've seen.
Love to all our friends and family,
Mitchell and ...