Econo Lodge North Academy
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... people to see this 5th wheel. We walked in and it just felt right. We knew it was God's timing. So we made the deal.
We walked in and instantly felt like we were home. Here is an RV we can travel in and feel comfortable... but more important: we will be WARM in the winter and cool in the summer.
Windish was really great to work with through the sales ...
... are placed up and down the street and people, visitors and those living on the streets, play the pianos at their leisure. Some have cups for tips; others just play for the enjoyment. I love to just sit and listen to them play and watch them become one with the piano. Anyway, while on my walk in the park, I noticed a group of people gathered under the shade of a very large tree. There were about 15 people standing about with coffee ...
... the Assistant Vice President of Hobby Lobby Art/Creative.
In 2009, the Green Family purchased its first biblical artifact. Today Steve devotes half his time to what has become known as The Green Collection, among the world’s newest and largest private collections of rare biblical texts and artifacts. The collection of more than 40,000 biblical antiquities will eventually become the core of an international, non-sectarian museum of the Bible and ...
... story is that GPS devices are great as long as they have the correct data!
Christina and I had dinner at the Broadmoor Tapas bar. The food was good but not great and we were both ready for sleep. Tymber did a great job watching Canyon in our room and no surprise, he had fallen asleep watching the movie (this is a consistent theme in our family).
Tomorrow is the 4th and the resort has a bunch of activities planned.
... we made our way over to that Railroad Roundhouse where we had dinner last night for more photos and a chance to see the Old West Ghost Town. Unfortunately, we missed the last tour...but the photos did make it onto the blog anyway.
John's Navy pal Fred and his wife (of 49 years) had just pulled in from Topeka. We met them at The Airplane Restaurant...a full-service dining establishment of a KC-97 ---John explained this had been ...