Twin Magnolias Bed and Breakfast
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... and a plume of darker feathers running down their chests. In the Eurasian birds exhibit, there were many different species of duck. The red-crested pochard were really cool looking, with big orange feathers on their heads, looking like some wild slicked-back hairdo. Continuing on, we stopped at the flamingo exhibit to see the Chilean and lesser flamingos, and right past this exhibit was the Eurasian eagle-owls. A pair of these owls were ...
... I will carry them all the way home and let them tell their own stories from a nice shelf .
I am currently in Virginia with a new front tire and new shoes. I'm bracing for the likelihood of winter weather ahead. I've hit just about every other obstacle that could be thrown my way. Whether it's one more or fifty, I will simply continue to do my best to close the miles each day.
See ya soon!
What a miserable place!
It's hot as hell, the water in the pool looks like someone poured milk into it, and there is nothing to do in the area.
This is our own fault. We completely spaced about the holiday weekend and this was the ONLY place we could find available anywhere near where we want to go next.
Boo for us.
We completely understand why this place is for ...
... there, as the weather was warm and the water temperature was perfect also to partake in all of Toms constant excursions and activities! We would boat or jet ski everywhere we needed to go. Some of those excursions included swimming across the border to Virginia, feeding huge carp and cat fish, jet-skiing, feeding the island goats, of course too sometimes we needed to drive the Ferrari or fly Dale's helicopter but most of the time we ...
... enjoyed a delicious breakfast platter of buttermilk pancakes, eggs, turkey bacon and a cup of coffee. It was delicious as always. Our tour guide had phoned ahead and the restaurant was able to seat us all quickly. The three of us sat at a table with a retired couple Laura and Allison from Petitcodiac. We enjoyed chatting with them during our meal, hearing about their many trips to Florida, including the years they resided in Zephyr Hills, ...