Inn at Pine Terrace
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... So much history and so many Bikes it is incredible that they are still here, Including serial Number 1. While it is a restored bike and has parts that are inaccurate, It has number 1 stamped on a few parts, hence the name, while it may no be the first, it is the oldest Harley in existence. the war bikes, the famous bikes, the custom bikes and the prototype bikes make this an awesome place to melt away a few hours. Then in the next building is a display of ...
... the Chicago airport around 2:00. I was glad we had said our goodbyes to Mom and Dad and Aunt Monica the day before back in South Bend. It was emotional just watching all the goodbyes as over 50 people lined the sidewalk to see us off!
The Meyers were particularly hard to say goodbye to as they are like second parents. But Mom told Mrs. Meyer she would prayer for Clara and Rachel if Mrs. Meyer would pray for us. ;) Of course they were ...
... br> The first night we had a big barbecue and drinks to celebrate Aunt Terry’s birthday with several of her friends and family. Later in the week we continued on with the celebrations as it was Fiona’s birthday, so the girls all headed out for birthday margaritas and outlet shopping.
The remainder of the week consisted mostly of the boys playing golf, everyone playing ...
... by travel to Guangzhou, she became more comfortable with us. May 19th marks the true date that she met the rest of her family – Johnny, Willy, and Alice. After weeks of baseball, swimming, diving and tennis, she became quite familiar with our town (and her car seat!). We were so fortunate to spend six weeks in Wisconsin – true ...
... to the whole town of Porticello.
I ended my vacation? in Sicily, exactly where I wanted to end it. I was with my mom, my sister, and the most loving people I have ever met in my life. Of course, we ate, and attempted to understand each other...and ate some more and then probably a little more after that. In between eating, I would stand of Santa's porch and look out into the ocean. There I saw my Nanu's fishing boat surrounded ...