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This was always one of my favorite overnights at Mesa. And I was excited to see that this company stays at the same hotel that Mesa stayed at. It's just a short walk to the beach, about 10 minutes or so. We got to the hotel and the captain and the first officer were going to go across ...
... and when
he drops it to around $10 I'll start the bidding and get it for
around $15, no one is going to pay that much for a cake. Hey it's for
a good cause, I'm all over this cake, I can almost taste it now. BAM!
This thing starts going $25-30-40-60-80-100, 100, 100, $110 SOLD! I
have no words, my mouth is hanging open. What just happened here?
$110 for that cake? Did I miss that maybe Miss Jane was also cooking
a dinner to go with that cake? A joyful noise ...
... br> it's value and I really think it is starting to sink in. One person
has taken it to the next level, beyond what even I expected. For this
I am proud to call him my friend!
Warren and Kathy moved in across the pond from us a few years ago. They are
family of another dear friend and neighbor of ours. At our first
meeting I explained to Warren that living here at times was like the
movie “Groundhog Day”. I truly don't think he ...
... travels in November this was present fairly often in the islands we visited; get your Curacao liqueur memento after the tour and tasting (delicious, thank you!) but the best was in Jamaica. There are actually two gift shops to cross before exiting to your waiting bus. My resolve is solid in that first shop, lots of looking and oh, that’s awfully cute. I’m strong, I don’t need a knit cap with yarn dreadlocks to prove ...
... that are more easily learned by "hands on" experience than explanation.
A first occurred for us at Little River Bridge, a mile before our destination. We were the solitary boat and were about 10 minutes past the bridge's normal hourly opening. I was prepared to patiently circle while we waited for nearly an hour for the next opening. Boaters who know this bridge will be amazed at what happened ...