Executive Inn of Coopersburg
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... cups. Mercy, that good!
We were back on the road then and driving toward Amish country. We pulled into a small town called Bird In Hand where we took a horse and buggy ride around the pretty Amish farm country. Our guide was once Amish but left the Amish community in 1993. He still lives in the town and works there too, but many of the original Amish have shunned him for his decision to leave ...
Like all family trips we started our day running around and getting everyone ready. We left at 2 minutes to 9 am - that's ahead of schedule. It was raining but we didn't care we are on the way to Disney! We made it to the first rest stop to wait for the Myers and proceeded to hit every food kiosk there was because no one can make up their minds. Yes we made a little scene laughing about chocolate frappaccinos and poop. It's still pouring and after just leaving the first stop ...
Scott headed to Southampton to start preparations on the boat.
Remove and stow winter cover...CHECK
Start gathering essential provisions...CHECK
Prepare engine for the summer season!...CHECK
Ensure all systems are a go: cold & hot water / toilet / stove top / electronics etc. ... in progress
... the group that included Selena, Sam, Aaron, James, Matt, Jordan & family. It was a nice time. After that, I was rushed to the Miro museum. I really enjoyed seeing an exhibit of solely his style; I hadn't known it too well before then (too bad I missed out on Picasso!) We were rushed out of the Miro because it was closing. We had a choice to go out until curfew (1 am) or come back and see the Olympic opening at 10 pm. Selena, Katie, and I ...
... know about our family’s history of dense breasts and the need for careful testing. I also promised to begin my mammograms early because of our family history and how young my mother was when she was first diagnosed. I promised to be proactive. To stay one step ahead. This meant never ignoring cancer. The pink was very important.
Yes, I do realize that it is not the pink that I hate. ...
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