The Twin Lakes Lodge
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... no snacks on either flight! When we got off of the plane, we were so hungry that we stopped at a vending machine and all got chips to eat until we could get to a restaurant on the way home.
We got our luggage and Vicki was waiting for us in our van. We drove to Turner Field and let Vicki out for the Braves game and then we headed up I 85 towards home. ...
... that Lee Rickman began in Jamaica and how he lived his life. We will carry ourselves in a manner that would make him and Tim proud of our stand for Christ and we will not stand in fear and WE WILL NOT LET SATAN WIN.
You know how sometimes God lays a song on your heart? For me it's not usually even a whole song, but often just a line or two of a song, and it may be running through my mind for quite a while before I even ...
... on the way in to town, I saw a number of houses along the street that all had at least two wooden rocking chairs on their porches. Most were painted either black or more commonly, white. I guess folks in these parts just like to sit on the porch in their rockers and watch the world go by. Can’t figure that out with this humidity.
We arrived back in Winston-Salem and made a stopover at Ed and Susie’s place for a cold drink. Maggie ...
So now its basically official that I'm heading to Germany. I'll be leaving on September 1st to begin a new chapter in my life. I'm super excited to start this journey (and of course nervous) and can't wait to face new challenges, have new experiences, and meet new people.
But, I really shouldn't forget the one place I went that got me hooked on wanting to travel. In a couple of weeks (June 22nd to be exact) it'll be one year since I've been back in the states. When I ...
... family and brother of RJ Reynolds – willed the Tanglewood property to the citizens of Forsyth County to share as a public recreational park. The couple had no children. The Reynolds willed the property as a gesture to have others benefit from the beauty, elegance, history, and recreation their country estate had to offer. Thus, Tanglewood Park was born. The public recreational facility is owned by Forsyth County.
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