Best Western Holiday Hills
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... houses with character and everyone has amazing flower gardens! They do have a real winter here. They average 10ish inches of snow in dec jan feb and March. The temps are 40ish. Mild but real winter. Joe and George were the helpers. George was totally bald but had a little patch of hair at the base of his head. Jp was done by noon. We are headed to twin falls Idaho. On the way out of town I finally saw the ...
... two corn tortillas filled with sour cream chicken and avocado, topped with mole strawberry and finished with melted jack cheese and a dollop of sour cream. Casey modified her dish as well with ½ of the dish covered in Mole Verde. We can see why this is one of their more popular dishes. The chicken is moist and tender.
We were so hungry, that when the meal arrived we dove into the meal forgetting our commitment to take a picture. We took some pictures ...
... in the 1995 bombing. It is a very nice outdoor memorial with 168 bronze chairs for each fatality. There a reflecting pool, a serving tree and gates at each end labeled as 9:01 and 9:03, the first time signifying innocence and the second time signifying a new awareness. We walked toward Bricktown and stopped into the Leadership Center for a smoothie. We had paid for an hour of parking and thus returned to the car for a drive to Tulsa. We drove the famous Route 66 from OK City ...
... chasing, score-settling, and cat stealing”. Ten years ago, Baumbach won the directing and screenwriting awards at Sundance when The Squid and the Whale premiered. Filled with clever dialog, wit and good acting, this film was fun and funny but, not any of our favorites – but quite worthy….I think we are all getting pretty picky about these films as some as SO ...
... from Nauvoo, Illinois, we had a field trip to Nauvoo.
It's been over forty years since that field trip, but it's really stuck with me for several reasons, but the primary one concerns what the Mormons did after their leader Joseph Smith and his brother were killed in the nearby town of Carthage.
As I recall, at the time the Mormons had the 2nd largest militia in the United States. With that much military power, I would have thought they would seek ...