Doubletree Inn at The Colonnade
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... trip home took less than an hour.
Quick Hitters: Strange catcher's interference call early in the game ... Buck Showalter argued the interference call for close to 5 minutes but didn't get ejected ... Martin had a great leaping catch to rob Cruz of a certain home run ... The Orioles pitched O'Day, a side arm pitcher, in the 8th and Texas countered with Rowan who is a submarine pitcher ... Flaherty's homer in the 7th landed on Eutaw ...
... was due to TSA incompetence but really it was just due to so many travelers going through. I forgot what it was like to fly around turkey day. We got through security, ran right to our gate and boarded! We are on the plane now and ready to go! Hopefully the connection in Vegas will go ...
... to look at. Toah Nipi was fully staffed with very friendly people that took care of our every need during our weekend stay. The cooks made excellent food for breakfast, lunch and dinner and the waiters and waitresses kept the tea and coffee flowing all day and night. The United Planet teaching staff were well-prepared and made certain that our days flowed with a sense of timing that was just relaxed enough to feel comfortable, yet fast-paced enough to make us all appreciate the ...
... birth to a daughter who she named Simone. The first time I visited Stef after arriving in Texas, she answered the door cradling a tiny little baby and asked me in an obnoxious sort of amused way, "Would you like to hold her?" On any one of the countless bad TV sitcoms out there, you are bound to see at least one episode involving the hilarity that ensues when a fumbling, emotionally incompetent macho-male stereotype must handle an infant for one reason or ...
... to need some serious trimming.
Finally we drove up to Garrett Heights 212 Elementary School; the one Margaret and I attended (4th grade). It's still there, although the building we were in is gone and has been replaced by a new wing to the other building. Brought back some memories... It was also interesting to retrace the route Margaret and I took when we walked to and from school.
We then left Baltimore in search of Harper's Ferry, ...