Comfort Inn and Executive Suites
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... The men were sometimes significantly older. The thing that united them was struggle and strife. They had to feed themselves and survive and sometimes it was that another human being other than themselves was needed to accomplish that. My observations are this type of relationship, the May-December relationships, are becoming exceedingly rare. Women coming of age, it seems, have had so few real life experiences because of their complete reliance on and immersion ...
She took the long way around to the back of the bus out of view for an indeterminable time. It really wasn't clear if she was even coming and he wondered how the bus driver had enough faith to wait so long with so many riders already sitting inside. It wasn’t like some city buses in some countries he’d been to where the more often the driver stopped the more they got paid.
The woman finally did get on and sat in the seat in front and across from ...
I signed up for 2 painting classes - one Monday mornings and one Saturday mornings - both acrylic. Monday, Wednesday and Friday we took part in an exercise class for an hour. Monday and Friday we played pool volleyball. In between we tried to ride each day - for at least 20 km or more if possible. January 7 - met Betty and Tom (from Maryland) at hot dog day. January 8 - went kayaking with Betty and Tom. Packed a lunch and paddled to the bay, had lunch across from the boathouse ...
... and sing with it using our own modulation choices. Where your crackly voice hits the high notes with his sound.
Just like “Vice City” on Playstation we should have a new video game called “Ferguson.” There’s never been anything quite like it. I could see the ad for it now. “Ferguson… It’s not a game, but it is.“ I think it could be a big seller.
Can you get DNA from a ****?
They say a dog's bark is ...
... surrounding cities. The building used to be a storage facility for irrigation pipes of an adjacent tomato farm. Following a fire at the original post office in 1953, the building was converted into the current small facility. I can imagine the queue is better than our local post offices though. We jumped back in the car and headed towards Coopertown Boat Tours. Beforehand though we stopped at Kirby Boardwalk. This was a pier walk that goes into the Everglades. ...