BEST WESTERN Johnson City Hotel & Conference Center
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This hotel / motel is a bit strange. The inside of the rooms seems to have been recently renovated, however their was a pretty bad sent of musk and smoke left in the room. The rate was very affordable as they were having a special if you stay more than one night in a row. On a positive note the staff was very nice!
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As most of you are aware Sheila and I depart at the end of this month for two months in Europe. We have signed on with this travel blog and will send comments and pictures as we move around. Should you not desire to receive these, just let me know and I'll delete you;). There should be a picture here of some idiot up a pole.
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... leg, girl 2 couldn’t manage the task, and so when girl 1, seeing the boys well ahead, took off running, girl 2 took a header and then the pair of them sprawled on the lawn, tangled up in the size 82s. The boys, meanwhile, managed to get the three-legged setup going, and took off down the field, only to have boy stumble and fall and be dragged by boy 1 across the finish line. The girls gamely finished the race by standing up and sort of scuffling ...
... such a thing. I admit to coming out into the “wilderness,”1.7 miles from Kingsport, armed with phone, computer (from which I am obviously writing) portable wifi hotspot (by which means I will post this blog entry), and iPad, on which I will keep score at the baseball game, but I charged all mine up before I left home, and, should additional charging be necessary, I’ll ...
We wake up around normal time at 7:30am, and now because we are used to being the first ones up and not leaving the house at least until 11am, I figured I'd do some exercise. So I took my skipping rope, ankle weights and gym mat down their backyard stairs to a little paved area and pumped out some cardio exercises with a view of the forest and hills. Aaron joined me by watching me (haha) on the stairs.
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