Comfort Inn Red Horse Frederick
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... left in the store at that point, but I did end up buying Inside Man and Leap Year.
Maybe I'm being sappy and silly to be sad over the closing of a film rental company. To feel a sense of loss that future generations will never have those sweet memories of evenings spent just wondering about all those stories. Of course, you can still browse the film sections at places like Target, Barnes and Noble, and Wal-Mart, but it isn't the ...
... charge. The Confederates attacked at five different angles in succession and thousands of folks took part, all charging towards the high water mark. As each brigade reached Cemetery Ridge, a bugler from the unit played taps, nine renditions started sequentially. Very somber and haunting.
Peg here. As we marched across the field, over the fences of the Emittsburg Road, I realized what the men of Pickett's division faced. The re-enactment ...
Cool, windy but sunny day, perfect for travelling the byways of Maryland & Virginia. We ambled along between fields of cattle and buttercups, with red barns and lush pastures - an idyllic setting with the Apalachian Mountains as a backdrop. The first town we came to was Middletown with an historic street of old houses with porches and verandahs fronting onto the street. Most had the obligatory swing ...
... and we'd often talked about traveling together. I can't specifically recall how the topic first arose of a joint visit to South Africa, but by spring of 2012 we had already decided to all go together and plans were put into place. Given how far we were going and the diversity of things we wanted to see, advance planning was a must and clearly paid off.
We left Brambleton on the ...
... car running while she is in the grocery store, to keep the A/C on so it is cool, and her car is ALWAYS there when she finishes shopping! (That is not a feat I would recommend trying in the States!)
Bahrain's currency is the Dinar. It is close to 3x more powerful than the $. The school is covering the housing expenses, and on top of that I will have an additional 661 dinars / month....hopefully that will be enough ...