Miles River Guest House
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... him do laps around the dining room table afterwards, to get dry.
The next day we got up to discover that the temperature had finally come down to levels that were compatible with human life. We went to pick up our rental car and got a free upgrade to a snazzy Toyota Camry with all kinds of electronic gadgets and a fab stereo system – ...
This is a story of Mike, Kelsey, and the ever present Janitor.
Mike and Kelsey work for Camfel. The ever present Janitor works for Generic Middle School in Anywhere, USA.
Kelsey and Mike love their boss and call him twice a week.
... we stopped at Panera when we did, or else we would have been hours away!
Since it was the first work day of the month, we did need to get our oil changed and mail our monthly paperwork. We just happened to pass a post office on the way back out of town.
Well... kind of a post office. It was a post office that shared space with an Eezy-Freeze or something... some run-down no-name restaurant. A woman was mopping the floor ...