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... and found it at the corner of Cucumber and Vine. Wayne, Mt. Olive's uncharacteristically friendly security guard informed us that the gift shop would be closed for the holiday so we left, hopefully to return on our journey home, happy knowing that the picklesmiths at the plant got the long weekend off too.
Garland, N.C. is known for two things and two things only: ham and dress shirts. Besides the Smithfield plant outside town, the only other ...
... so we forged on. However, Mabel, who we think has a learning disability anyway, must of forgot that she had just barfed and looked around and saw food. Oh yes people, she cleaned it up for us!!! Scott and I were horrified and gagging as she gobbled up her snack.Lola is wondering what the hell is happening and I am sure she was thinking the same as as disgusted as Scott and I. Lola is definately the brains of the duo.
So we arrive to our site and just ...
... run with the Sea Turtles, we went to visit the number one thing to see in Wilmington, well according to this mildly sketchy website called " things you might wanna do in Wilmington...". The website suggested we should see the Thailan Theater, which may or may not be open to the public. That didn't really phase us, so we walked in and took the elevator to the top floor. It may have just been a coincidence, but there we few to no people. At ...
This post brings our 7 week adventure in France to an end. It truly was a once in a lifetime adventure for us. France was more beautiful than I ever imagined. The French people were extremely friendly, gracious, and accepting of us as tourists. We made some lifelong friends that ...
... looked at the subject list. Algebra I - no problem. But where was I going to find another one? Algebra II is all but a distant memory. Can you remember the equation of a hyperbola, much less find its foci or directrix? And there it was - general chemistry. I literally rolled my eyes. Technically, this should be easy. I now have a bachelor's degree in chemistry - and spent three and a half years taking ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center