Chase Suite Hotel El Paso
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... finished tightening my cuff he kindly asked if he could gift me a leather band to attach to my bike in memory of Leonie. I accepted his gracious gesture and he made a purple leather collar to attach to my handlebars. (see pic).
After sharing a coffee in the shade of the Tombstone Rose Bush,which is behind Stealth's shop, I bid a fond farewell to a new friend and his girlfriend Corinne (sorry if I haven't got ...
... you take notice of the price differences between materials. Some price differences might be substantial. Special Purchasing is Usually Quick - Once you go special ordered, often times the furniture must be upholstered. Be sure to check with the store to see how long the wait will typically last. Look into the instructions (yes men -- go through the directions) and check to see what tools you will definitely have to assemble the ...
... for a poolside lite dinner. I ordered room service for Ran's cheesecake and coffee so we could end our evening relaxing with our sweet Georgia-Faye and Jersey-Girl. Tomorrow, after only 460 more miles, we arrive at our new hometown for the next two years. We will check in with housing and get our walk through done. The movers arrive early Thursday with our belongings. I can't wait to put the suitcases up for awhile. On the road again, ...
... been made up by the helpful car attendant along with soap and towels. We were informed that as we would be heading south then east we should put our clocks forward an hour. As the train left LA I climbed between the sheets hoping for a good night’s sleep. This was not to be as the train crashed and shuddered its way along accompanied by the haunting siren which sounded every few seconds. The US rail system doesn’t go in for secure ...
On June 14, I will embark for Jerusalem, Israel where I will intern at Succat Hallel, which is Hebrew for “Tabernacle of Praise." This concept comes from King David, who established a tabernacle with 288 singers and 4,000 musicians who ministered to the Lord day and night (1 Chronicles15:16-22; 23:4-6; 25:7). Although the tabernacle was replaced by the temple, the Davidic order ...