Country Inn & Suites Manchester Airport
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... of Art in Manchester, New
Hampshire, a very good indoor attraction to visit on a very cold day. By the
standards of large public collections in big cities the Currier is quite small
but was definitely worth a stop while in the area. The museum has a small
European gallery but is mostly works by American artists, especially those
active in New England with a large portion of the collection modern and
contemporary works. The museum has a few ...
Today is the final day of our pack out. The movers finished most of the house yesterday, with the exception of the living room (kindly leaving the couch for Terra to sleep on one more night). Today they are finishing up the few items in the living room and the basement. Then it's time to ...
... kind of fish it was but after being Barbequed seconds after being caught, it was yummy!
Now onwards to the Summer Palace; it was lovely to walk in the gardens and hear Jason tell the history and stories again. When we came upon the site where, in January we were sliding with the ice chairs with Tyler we retold Justin all these stories while having an ice cream. Again, although the pleasant temperatures made it enjoyable to walk around, the crowds did not. I would opt for cooler ...
... and eventually Westfield, West Springfield, Springfield and Wilbraham. Traffic picked up along the Worcester stretch but still moving well. We finally exited the Mass. Pike and went through the EZ pass lane for the last time.
We stopped for gas in Marlborough off of 495. And then we hit our last major interchange as we got on to Route 3 in Chelmsford. About a half an hour to go. I let out that little silent cheer as we crossed the New ...
... the world to me and I would do anything for.
I've learn to take everything in stride and accept what is happening in the moment. I've learn to correct the not listening of Evie, and then turn around with open arms and love with forgiveness. I've learned to praise and be thankful for the times the potty was used so there was no clean up in my future.
I could go on for days about the lessons I learned in the seven weeks I spent with this amazing ...