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Travel Blogs from Haw River
... Max Klinger's beloved Toledo Mud Hens.
I must admit that I'm more than a little disappointed not to be at the Bulls game -- but I've got a bit of New Overload myself. It happens. For whatever reason. To all of us. Yes, you too.
There was a time in my life when I would have pushed through because we were on vacation and by golly, there were things to do and sights to see and go go go go go. It was vacation after all. And those plans we made had to be ...
Bam! Feet hit the floor after a semi-good night's sleep.
Whoosh! Three people get ready for another's day travel.
Boom! Two tons of luggage gets repacked in the car.
Snarf! Breakfast is consumed at the IHoP next to the hotel.
Stop! There's a cute girl (and French, no less) at the table next to us. And with that, the rhythm of the morning takes a different turn.
Leave it to a woman to divert Will's attention from his Rooty Tooty Fresh and Fruity ...
... pretty full by the time I had finished.
After Rueben's, Regina took me to the post office to send the box. The lady there asked me to fill out a form declaring what was in the box. She wanted to know exactly what was in there. Jeez, there was so many bits and pieces that I couldn't name everything. Anyway, $162.00 later, it was on its way to Australia. Let's hope it gets there around the ...
... an easy 1/2 mile on a good track. I had been told it was very rocky but they must have updated it since the people I spoke to were there.
We encountered another resident on the way back only this one was a serious size. It didn't like being the centre of attention coz as soon as I took this pic it decided to go for a swim towards us. We didn't hang around to see where ...
... first time.
Jason, Gail's son, and his two daughters arrived and we chatted while the girls swam in the pool. They didn't care that it was raining. They spent a couple of hours to wait to see Gail when she got home.
it kept raining most of the day and we spent some of the evening out on the porch watching the thunderstorms.
It was a quiet day and I forgot to take any ...