Econo Lodge Battleboro North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the half hour it was late. We passed Quantico and Richmond, Virginia, both of which feature regularly in NCIS. We also passed fields of parked military vehicles. Wilson is a very quiet town which in its heyday was a tobacco town. The local baseball team is the Tobs (Tobacconists). The people are friendly, mainly African -American, with a slow pronounced southern drawl. The only claim ...
... discharge of allowable debt while Chapter 13 provides the repayment schedule that will be utilized to repay the remainder from the debts discharged. Under the bankruptcy laws, not all tax debts are designed for being discharged if you file for bankruptcy. There are five criteria for discharge how the bankruptcy petitioner must meet. In chapter 7, recent income tax obligations are considered. The majority of the income obligations ...
... tv might not be the best, but it sure beats nothing at all. In Denver we ate Micky-Ds (for shame!). On the second leg of the flight we scored the very front row seats. I felt super posh and expected the champagne to start flowing until I realized why nobody else sits in the very front row. The leg room is koosh, but lack of storage and being unable to have your bags with you is less cool. I continued to brag about getting to sit in first class ...
... All we had to do was hold up a seed stick and one or two would land on our hands and start eating the seeds. Sometimes, the birds were not in a sharing mood and one would chase the other one off and have the seed stick to herself. Once the parakeets had cleaned off all the seed from the sticks, we headed to the other side of the exhibit where the American flamingos were standing in a shallow pool of water. We bought some bags of duck pellets to feed ...
The day has finally arrived when Johnnie and I are off to Australia. We have both been up since 5:30 this morning with very little sleep. The anticipation of such an adventure and being so far from home made sleep sporadic at best. As I type this, Kitty is literally in between my arms. I believe she knows something is up. This is the first year ever I will have not been home for Christmas. As exciting as this is going to be, it is sad knowing I won't ...