Comfort Inn & Suites
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... a pair of nutcrackers!). The nice lady at the steam pot had to show us which bits to eat! After that we grabbed our dinner, which was niiiice! The grill had a fire pit out the front and we sat and watched the world go by with some amazing steak! We then headed out towards Kennebunk and Old Orchard Beach. I ate my words of "no, we won't be driving at night" as the sun went down and 5 seconds later everything was pitch black! Cats' eyes? ...
... dusky grouse, bunnies, Somali Wild Ass (in the Denver Zoo)
Ballparks : 3 major league (Busch Stadium St. Louis, Kauffman Stadium Kansas City, Wrigley Field Chicago; 1 minor league (Akron Rubber Ducks)
Museums : 3 baseball museums (Cooperstown National Baseball Museum and Hall of Fame, Negro League Baseball Museum, National Ballpark Museum), Prairie Museum, World War I Memorial
... 8220;Yes Dear”. There is an emergency pack at hand should things deteriorate, but so far so good. Wish us luck!! But quitting smoking does tend to make you gain weight, then add the maple syrup and banok. Yes, I think I’ll have to do some shopping before I get back to work ……… I can already feel “vacation” in my pants! Oh, that doesn’t sound right!!!! ...
We were up late last night watching one of Chris' dumb movies - Inside Llewyn Davis - it was horrible - don't watch it! With the late night and it being dark outside we didn't get up til 9:30. It was like pea soup outside with dark clouds and fog. It cleared a bit around noon so we hopped in the car and headed to Dover, ...
... tow truck so we thought we had better be safe than sorry. We had lunch on an outside patio and watched the people go by before we made our way to the beginning of a mile and a quarter walk along the ocean that they have named "Marginal Way". We went about half way down the path, then bailed and tried to find the main street again so that we could get back to the bike. There was a ...