Woodland Farmhouse Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Harlie was pretty ornery at dinner but we had been in the car for almost 6 hours so i don't really blame her. After dinner we walked around for a little bit but then went back to the trailer to go to bed. Harlie had a hard time falling asleep so we all cuddled in our trailer queen bed and watched winnie the pooh. (Little did Jeremy and I know that by the end of this trip we would have winnie the pooh memorized! :) )
... in The Mindy Project, wirting and acting on The Office, film credits include The 40-year old virgin, no strings attached, the five-year engagement and This is The End, and wrote the comedic memoir, Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me)
Jenji Kohan (began writing on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air – her series credits include Mad About You, Sex and the City, Gilmore Girls, ...
... little button that is the size of a quarter. This tiny techno wonder is a shutter remote for my iPhone camera. No more at-arms-length selfies for me! Well, fewer, at least.
I’ve got my backup battery and this great little cable that, between the three different component connectors, will charge everything that needs charging in my bag.
And the apps. Oh the apps I ...
... 8217;s bald spot on his head. Very cool, very daring. I was so impressed.
Then there are the hats, but before I go there, let me say that we have a family of talented and inspiring artists and folks with hosts of abilities. The idea with the hats was to design your own logo or message on the front. Matt’s predictably says “Weapons Nerd” because Matt is a smarty pants nerd, and he loves wielding his foam covered PVC swords. At home he ...
... and I took Duke, Koah, and Blue for a walk along the creek. As we walked, it started to rain, but it was only a sprinkle, so we kept going. The grass was really high, and the youngsters (Blue and Koah) kept pulling on their leashes, so we decided to take a walk to the origin without the dogs later. We crossed the creek utilizing a fallen log. Duke followed me deftly across, but Blue and Koah opted to splash through the stream. They were rambunctious, but what I though was ...