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... for crafts, figurines, or loads of picture frames everywhere. I think that every time we moved from base to base, it was a god time to streamline the household, and we did. The rule of thumb is, if you haven't used it in the past year, if it is broken, doesn't fit or you just don't care for it, get rid of it! Have a yard sale or give to Goodwill, and please, if it serves no useful purpose and you do not have a significant emotional ...
... of the day outside with Fox. The weather has been near perfect, and every afternoon we take a ride to explore the area. There are acres of open fields where corn or wheat is growing and the countryside is flat, green and clean.
It was rare to see any type of littering.
Well, tomorrow we are getting ready to leave. Heading out Tuesday to Erie, PA,
Bye for now. Stay well.
... a excellent golfer, had an early tee time. She picked him up in her golf cart of off they went to whack the ball, curse, throw a club, find the ball, and whack it again. Well, that's my idea of what happens on the golf course. Well, Mike reported that they both shot pretty well and enjoyed the morning round. I also enjoyed some "ME" time, relaxing with my coffee, make that "Me and Fox" time. Bye for now. Stay ...
... campfire. They are a couple from North Carolina, who, coincidentally, are on their way to, yup, New Hampshire! They have a beautiful Springer Spaniel, Jack, who was kind enough to let Foxy come and visit too. We enjoyed the yummies, the company and the campfire, but were shocked to find out that our host, Paul, a retired police officer, had NEVER had a s'more! Never even heard of them. That cracked me ...
... park eatery. The view was incredible, the service, ambience and food top notch, and, although pricey, well worth it. After our leisurely lunch, we headed out to the Cave of the Winds. They give you another poncho, yellow this time, a pair of throw away sandals and a plastic bag to but your own shoes into. You board an elevator that takes you down to the Hurricane Deck where you can walk up close and personal to the waters cascading ...
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