Comfort Suites Mount Vernon
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Between the entertainment, occasional radio or podcasts, chatting more than we ever do otherwise, the long days of driving have mostly been quite an enjoyable marathon. It gets more difficult the closer we get to home, but all-n-all Harry has been very enjoyable listening. We can't thank Aunt Diane enough for the wonderful gift of wizards, dragons, good guys, bad guys and the indomitable Professor Albus Dumbledore.
... breeze and the sunshine while some folks are playing volleyball where the tent had been yesterday. I'm going to get some sewing projects done today and we're going to watch movies and/or Ripper Street the rest of the time.
Have a beautiful day, whether you celebrate Easter or not!
... The midway is L-shaped and leads straight from the parking lot so our audience can leisurely make their way from their cars and see everything we have to offer them.
It’s our first time in this town and we’ve heard from a number of people that a different circus came through a few years ago that left a really bad impression on everyone so our sponsor was met with a lot of skepticism while trying to sell tickets. We had a decent enough response from ...
... trying to adjust to being apart, but some days are more difficult than others.
I pulled into this beautiful RV park in the middle of a grove of trees and set up for the night. I took a short ride tonight to get oriented, and plan on a long ride in the morning before I get on the road to Kentucky.
I will take my camera tomorrow to try to get some shots to ...
... sight of the bikes. I drive in and out of every garage until I get to the freeway, but I don't see them anywhere. So onto the freeway I go thinking they are ahead of me and will be waiting at an exit somewhere down the road. It starts to rain heavier than I have ever seen it rain before, can't see anything so I pull into a truck stop until it eases up. By this point I am worrying about the others on the bikes. I head back out onto the road ...