Comfort Inn Frederick
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... by on your way to work! So nice to visit with you and get to know you a little bit, looking forward to a little more visiting time while we are here!! Was able to move to a different shaded campsite, thank you staff!!! The train horn in the water park that went off every 15 minutes was going to drive mamma off the deep end at our last sight, it was right behind the horn and made everyone jump. Ended the day at the water park and jumping pillow. Great ...
... us (family will make you fat :)). Maryland crabs, prawns, fried chicken and pancit (noodles) were on the table. While the crabs were nice they are such a pain to shell. But we all sat around the table outside and shelled our crabs and chatted away. The kids ate some of their dinner before playing then later dug into their real dinner of chips and fruit rollups and ice cream. It was nice to be with family and to enjoy home cooked meals.
I will miss my family very much. Uncle ...
... admins, especially Natalie and Thomas - I've known plenty of "admin" types in my day. You should write a book about how to do it properly. Your dedication and enthusiasm for the program, kindness and willingness to help out, and overall positivity was appreciated more than you know.
To the faculty - you rock! I loved getting to know you this summer, and I hope to see you back next year.
To my fellow deans - thanks for bringing ...
Today we ventured down to the Confederate campsite and then on to the SC monument. Trent had his pic taken there. As the first state to succeed the union, SC has a large granite monument paying tribute to her dead and states' rights.
We also learned that slaves were "leased" to the Confederate army for fighting.
At 3 p.m., Peg and Trent marched with "Armistead's Brigade" over a 3/4 mile in a re-enactment of ...
... not have to pack and unpack within 2 days!
I am staying here 2 weeks, sleeping a lot, allowing my shoulder to recover from too long back pack carrying, playing scrabble with Wilma and Steven (and also now online with Veronique ;-)), knitting, just, relaxing.
Yes, a little different from what I used to do the past weeks, but I can also enjoy just to stay "home".