Country Hearth Inn and Suites
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... Austin and how that they worked together and they took care of each other. I don't think that I even heard the boys complain about how early that I would get them up each morning. They would just say, "Where to today, dad?" I told the boys several times on the trip when we were exploring that they had to rely on each other because there was no one around to ...
... of new folks. This will be my fifth trip to Guatemala, and each time it gets harder and harder to leave. I can't imagine what it will be like after I've been there for for 6 weeks, and become even closer to all of my babies and those I've come to know As I come to know them better and build deeper relationships with them I miss them so much when I'm not there. I stalk facebook just for a glimpse of one of my sweet ones that another group ...
... people here. Get it? And, it was directly across from the Mayberry Mall.
It was a bit cloudy and not that hot out so we were able to leave Harley and Momba in the Jeep with the windows down. They rode together in the back of the Jeep just fine, by the way. We were lucky enough to not have to wait much at all and before long we were checking out the menu to see what sounded good. Well, actually everything sounded good. We made our choices and after ...
... walking Thursday night we saw two couples and yesterday we saw someone walking a dog but other than that it was almost a ghost campground. Jerry said he thought part of that could be caused by the fact that there are so many park models meaning permanent people. Still it was a nice campground centrally located and we would definitely go back again. It had a nice pool but we didn't take advantage of that.
Weather was ...
Hello once again, this time from the Tanglewood Campground in Clemmons, North Carolina. We moved down the road about 8 miles this morning after we got the go ahead that the space we were renting was vacated. As you remember, we stayed in the Home Depot parking lot last night since this place was not available until today. So, after we ate breakfast and took care of some shopping, we headed here to get set up.
My nephew, Alan, was coming down with his ...