The Clarke House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... 30 AM, two officials showed up and looked at our passports asked if we had an firearms or citrus fruit on board. They cleared us and we went to get fuel. As we were returning to the dock, Kathy and Kevin arrived. We took our stuff off the boat and loaded theirs on. About 2:45 PM, Kathy and Kevin departed for Bucks Harbor and Cheryl and Paul got in their car and headed home. Cheryl and Paul arrived at Mary and Sean's home for dinner at 7:15 PM. Hannah ...
We left home and traveled the three hours to Greenpoint, the house we were staying in with my brother and sister in law. Taylor, Jake, Nick, and I got there around lunch time. After eating and unloading our stuff from the car we walked down the hill to the ...
... br> I recently read: “Repairs demand rest. No wonder cancer patients are tired. The fact is, survivors rest. It is a major mistake to carry on at the same frantic pace to which you were accustomed when you were supposedly healthy. Feeling tired is normal for anyone with an illness.” From: Cancer 50 Essential Things to Do by Greg Anderson (Thank you Zinna for that book.)
I am scheduled for Chemo again this week. Aaron is coming from ...
... when you need to pee!! While Big Agnes has sent out a new fly to me......the new body has been in mail limbo, because the time it took to get to a town drop....I had already left Kent CT. I just am tired of being wet, and my gear being wet. I have worked with Backcountry.com, and will be sending this tent back. I will be recieving a MSR Mutha-Hubba NX3 in the next drop. This was my first choice....but I foolishly gave Big Agnes a try - and got bit in the ...
... Then black clouds rolled in, a few giant drops of rain, and then......nothing :) Greatest feeling ever, not being rained on. We ran across a few semi-confused day hikers...the can't find the trail they are suppose to be on....and the ask me for directions.....lmbo, they would be better just closing their eyes and trying! We arrived at Beaver Brook Shelter, it is only 5:30pm, but my ankle/knee are killing me....this is the first time I have had to slow down because ...