Country Inn By Carlson, Millville
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... the traps like a pro. Smokey was not interested and thankfully chose to sleep through the ordeal. There are very good things about him being deaf- he can just go to sleep in his little quiet world and be peaceful while I scream "left....now right- HARD!" at Marty over his head. We finally finished with the traps and made it to the channel. We were able to see the last bit of sunrise as an orange ball before it took on its yellow colour for the day. No big boats in site ...
... war, the development of the Constitution and the operation of the new government. Philadelphia was the nations capital for 10 years from 1790 - 1800 - until the new District could be built. [ The park ranger said that New York was the previous temporary capital because it was farther away from the British troops.]
The single most important aspect of the Constitution was [and no ...
... Alexander, went to Dream/Amnesia, and convinced the bouncers at Colorado to let us in for free! We left at about 3:30 and went to get crepes for one last time. We got back to the hotel just in time to get my bags. Kostas met us at the hotel at 5. Mostly everyone stayed downstairs to say their goodbyes. Cue uncontrollable sobbing… Kostas took Kait and I to the airport and after going through security (which was one guy and one scanner in Rhodes) we got to our gate. I went up to get ...
... community members. I had tunnel vision, only seeing what needed to be accomplished next, but that last week, I guess it all hit me what had really been done there, and it was amazing to feel like I was a huge part of it.
At the farewell, they kept thanking us for what we had done, and when we had a chance to give remarks, I made sure to thank them for giving us the opportunity to make a difference in their community. If they hadn’t ...
... Donnie for our 15th anniversary, it became clear that he wasn't going to be driving a Formula 1 car. I think this was more disappointing to me than to him. Registration claimed there was only a waist and height restriction, which Donnie was well under. The problem arose when the people who ran the driving school saw how broad Donnie's shoulders are. His shoulders simply wouldn't fit in the car.