Mountainaire Inn and Log Cabins
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- Non-smoking hotel
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Today I spent most of the day sorting papers going through statements. We found it Mary has no homeowners insurance on her Starmount home. There was some confusion with the State Farm insurance agent. Thankfully her townhome is insured. Most of the insurance problems occurred ...
I joined Mary at her choir practice very early this morning then mass. We decided to go home before meeting Ken for lunch. Good thing we did because we found a check on the ground under Mary's mailbox that was from her renter. . Called the renter the night before asking for the check for November's rent. Renter said it had been put in her mailbox ...
... PO Box at the Bethlehem post office on Rink Dam Road, close by. Jonathan and Emily will retrieve mail from the box and sort it disposing of junk mail and solicitations. They will bring important mail that Mary needs to deal with to her home. Ken will go through discarded mail to be sure no receipts for donations are inadvertently tossed. Ken joined us for dinner at Mary's house and Jonathan and Zoe jounedus also. I made un-stuffed cabbage with rice and green ...
... she thinks Mary should have help in the home. Mary gets confused with taking her medications -- Jonathan sets loads 2 weeks, morn & night, in pill dispenser Emily got for Mary. The doctor said Mary is probably pre-dementia and it may be too soon for medications like Aricept. Mary will take the CNS vitals test in May 2015 and then have a follow-up appointment with Dr. Weymann. We talked about getting a PO Box for Mary's mail.we also discussed Mary getting a driving ...
The weather forecast was calling for a winter storm in the mountains on Saturday, so I wanted to head out and see the first snow of the season! I met up with Chris early in Chapel Hill and we started heading west. It was raining most of the way out, but started getting crispy as we headed up in elevation. As we approached Boone on US-421, it became undeniably snow. The snowplows were out and the relatively warm ground kept much snow ...