White Oak Inn Bed and Breakfast
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H A P P Y 5th B I R T H D A Y S A M M Y!!!!!! We had a nice casual day today. Our cabin is self contained so we had fruit loops "with fruity shaped marshmallows" in it..... and toast and choccy milk. We all jumped in the rig and drove a couple of minutes to the centre of Berlin. We parked the car and went for a walk up and down the street popping into different shops here and there. It is a little commercial in places with a lot of the quilts and patch work articles "made in ...
... and the surrounding landscape is equally beautiful, just green rolling hills with house dotted. As soon as I left our door and wandered along the road about 50 meters I could hear the clip clop of a horse and buggy plodding along. There is a little lake across the road..... Just a beautiful place. Getting here last night in the dark with barely any lights left us guessing what any of the surrounds were like. We all got ready and left to head to the NFL Hall of ...
... to undress a bit and get some air while we went in a bought a bucket and some wipes, water and some bags. We wiped down the car a bit and Cooper was feeling much better..... All good, back on the road!! Cooper went to sleep, which was good but a bit of a worry how he might wake up. Everyone else donned there head phones and iPads and were set. Until a toilet break was necessary........ We stopped somewhere in Indiana at a gas station where a wonderful ...
... diverse it really is. We also enjoyed two beautiful weddings and loved being with friends and family. Our week in Texas was so special being with all of our children and grandchildren and their families. Traveling part of the time with our dear friends, Marge & Lee Rhoades, added so much to our adventures. This was truly a trip of a lifetime! Now we have to decide what's ...
... me. The following afternoon sessions we were given almost free reign of the track with the expectation that passes were to be made with 15 feet of distance and only in certain places without additional guidance from one of the instructors circulating the track. Things really flowed from there.
I got some guidance to stay well away from the big scary monster on the outside of Turn 1. Point taken. Also good guidance on where to turn ...