Wooden Duck B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Georgia and experience flat land from there to Florida (don’t worry, it’s not atmospheric hallucinations). We have an exotic “Aloha state” and an arctic tundra state. Accents vary, languages change, diversity is all over the place. Food, houses, clothes, attitudes, everything changes, that’s the beauty of America. Why not experience such a sudden “culture shock”? We could all use a wakeup call from time ...
... son......his life is good! We look forward to visiting in the future.
Our time in Willow Creek was filled with so much emotion. I have looked forward to spending quality time with Viviana and boy did we get more than I could ever imagine. The reality of one little girl that can fill every waking minute with joy, happiness, laughter and adventure is a blessing beyond words.
Dave & Lorelie are wonderful ...
... There appears to be no reason to stop here when we pass much bigger and better facilities along the way. Commission perhaps.
The drive into New York makes you realise how old and decrepit parts of Queens and The Bronx are. They are not pretty places.
I transfer successfully up to the Port Authority Bus Terminal and board route 80 to Newton New Jersey. It is a one and there quarter trip. Newton I have been told is in the middle of nowhere, ...
... repair. The electric in the kitchen was illegally altered. A closet was physically removed to make the bedroom larger. Window gears were missing and screens torn. Garbage was left behind for us to clear out. Etc, etc, etc… It was a terrible shock. We immediately drove to The Home Depot to purchase flea fogger. The next morning, we started assessing the damages and then went into extreme yard work mode to do what ...
... to as many places as possible. To try travelling slowly because one learns more and spends less. To do more and “see” less. To be open to possibilities, even if that means returning sooner than anticipated. Anything goes, so the important thing is getting started and living our life and dreams now, today!
If we are cleared for departure, we take off this coming Monday (April 23, 2012) driving a Volkswagen that has started showing its age under a ...