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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... leash dog park aptly name Tanglewoof. There are two sections; one for large dogs and one for, you guessed it, small dogs. It is all grass and has benches at a few locations within the fenced areas. There were a variety of dogs there and every one of them seemed to get along just fine. We stayed until the dogs were sufficiently sniffed and tired out. We loaded up the crew, including Harley and Momba, and hit the road for Mt. Airy.
Mt. Airy, is ...
... that I had completely forgotten about! I think I took my time in Korea for granted. I cannot wait to go back and visit and I know I will. But, now I have to focus on getting ready for Germany. I will live there for a much longer time (6+ months)! Hopefully I'm ready for everything I'm going to face there, but I'm sure that even if I'm not I'll work my way through it.
But..I guess my question is, where am I heading now? New place, new dreams, new goals..what's next?
... attached to Alan. Momba is a Rhodesian Ridgeback mix and is nine days older than Harley.
My nephew Alan is someone I would define as a sociable person. In fact, if you looked up the definition of sociable in the dictionary, Alan's picture would appear there. The reason I say that now is because in the short time he was here, he had already talked to some folks who were camped here. We were all sitting around talking when Alan showed up with another ...
... steep downgrade to the street. I had to cross the street it intersected with to cross over to the Home Depot. Unfortunately, I wasn’t paying good enough attention to how steep the transition was and I heard a horrible scrape as I crossed into the street. I actually stood up because I expected to see the front end lying in the street. It looked good from where I was.
I pulled in to the lot and found a great place to park at the rear of the lot. ...
... I connected with Dean, whose family lives on a 60-acre farm just 10 minutes outside of Greensboro. I did contact him last week to let him know the changes in plans that I will be coming alone, and it was fine! Doodad Farm is spectacular! It's not an actual farm, like they don't grow produces, but they use the land to hold live music events and even a summer festival! It has like a mini-Bonnaroo vibe (Bonnaroo is a huge music festival held in ...