2 Village Square Inn Ogunquit
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... of US 1 in Fort Kent ME. when I make my way south on Rt. 11. I have a picture of me at the beginning of US 1. The other end is in Key West. I was in the rain for another 60 miles when it finally started to clear. Reaching the end of R. 11 it was clear and I was able to finally shed my rain gear and dry out. I donned my Ocean State ...
... is coming. Hilly and rocky in Connecticut so far and roads under alot of construction. Very rough roads. Maybe if they charged us tolls they would be able to fix them. We are staying an a interesting rv park today. It is called Bentley's Saloon, Bar, Gift Shop and RV Park. We have reservations booked for tonight. Maine Lobster on the menu for tonight. So far our drive has been ...
... didn't have much of a chance. Between June and September of 1692 19 people were hung and 1 pressed to death. Finally Increase Mather, a preacher from Boston, put a stop to it all. Salem VIllage was so ashamed they changed their name to Danvers. There's a pretty good brief history of the period here if you're interested.
We walked around the ...
... rise up in both our stomachs as this handsome, young officer approaches our car window and asks for my drivers license. Now we don't know this for a fact, but that young officer's whole manner changed as our Ms. Gypsy comes out of her riding carrier and jumps up to the window, her little tail wagging a mile a second. You would have thought that this police officer was her long lost best friend!
This officer just happened to be a K-9 Officer whose ...
... As with
healthcare, though, an industry I’ve studied more, I suspect a contributing factor
is a general upscaling of the experience as institutions like colleges and
hospitals that aren’t subject to normal market forces compete to attract
students or patients with superficial amenities that create an impression of
quality without adding real value to either education or patient care. The
little campus tour Bob took me on was quite eye-opening.