Days Inn Gastonia - West of Charlotte Kings Mountain
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... voucher was a good tradeoff. At the last minute they called me up and assigned me a totally different seat. So now I'm no longer with Kim and have nothing to show for it. Thanks for nothing USAir. Great customer disservice! Home in a few hours though. Bittersweet after a great week away with Kim. We travel well together and I hope we can do a lot more of ...
... birthplace and boyhood area. Also, visited a museum with 4 parts. Today we did the Civil War museum and the village.
Day 64.Tuesday 28 July 2015
Went back to the museum and saw the Women in the civil War – this was very interesting. Lots of female spies on both sides and women joining the army – some dressed as men and others joining the fighting with their husbands. Another museum that covered from the Revolutionary war ...
... got the idea that no touch before see welcome image on the screen. New freakout was that why does he have a screen and mine isn’t showing. A conspiracy complaint causing attendants to look like blue birds on wheels running around aisles. Alas all was well in overstimulating passages to keep them in a state of zombie starring at the console for as long as possible. BUT no one console still would not work. How do I know? She sat behind me and for the next half hour screamed ...
... in the summer of 2013 - Wade and I took advantage of that and went to Charleston and Savannah.
- We did day trips to zoos, and Panther's training camps, and Discovery Place.
- We took a family vacation to Florida - to Fort Walton beach. Super relaxing.
- Hagan opted to try "normal" school and attended 8th grade at Bailey Middle School. So there was homework and drop offs, and regular schedules. All in all it was successful and his grades were ...
... and hold small birds.
From the comfort of the couch, in front of the TV and the picture window, I spent the afternoon with bird book and binoculars close at hand. By the second afternoon of peering through window and screen I soon recognized most of the visitors. The squirrels also did their best to entertain.
After searching three different books, I decide to go with the Black Capped Chickadee and not his smaller, wished for, ...