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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Just Drove for 89.9 miles
- It cost $16.75.
- Arrived in Cooper at 3pm
- Went to Cooper Lake State Park
- It cost me 5 dollars to get in
- Went on a hike and did a nature study
- Staying at the Double Tree Hotel for 2 nights, each night costs 85 dollars
- my total was $170.
- While I am here I will be going to the Delta County Fair
- Went to Target and bought tea, lunch meat and bars, cost me $12.20
Found a local mansitting at a bronze celebrating the telegraph....I am sure he is telling his friends all about the Yankees he met...especially Larry! Then found the Blue Frog Grill.....the best fried green tomatoes....also went to Enochs Stmp and Crumps vineyards.....Will be shipping home a few bottles of ...
... a test drive was not in the cards. We spent more time gonig over the inside with a fine tooth comb, and went back in to talk to them. Ended up putting earnest money on it, and as we drove home in the torrential downpours (with Greg not feeling a whole lot better, although his fever was gone), we got more and more excited that we'd found our new home. We got back here around 4 o'clock, picked up Greg's medical records, ...
We bought a truck to carry the camper today! It needs a little work, but seems basically strong. Once we get it travel-ready, we need to go to Arizona to pick up the camper.
In other news today, we also decided to rent out our house (rather than selling), and selected a property management company.
A huge progress day!
... RV! We both find it sad for us older folks who can remember this segment of history; however, the present day younger set may never hear, nor know, of the Chisholm Trail. Our initial learning of the Trail came from the old black & white TV shows back in the ‘60’s, and these are now stored away in Hollywood archival film cans—Rawhide, Maverick, Gunsmoke, Bonanza, Laramie, and of course… the Wild, Wild West. Maybe those oldies will be shown as re-runs ...