Hampton Inn Hanover
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... of a guest room and Christmas decorating
-made a gingerbread house
-visited Mrs. French
-went to Mass
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Hi! This is Aunt Anne in Mount Airy, Maryland! I am so glad you are visiting me! Tonight I am making my grocery list and you are sitting ...
... where they are so I keep them tightly tucked in my heart.
Now, providing that we do not get snowed in tomorrow as they are predicting some kind of nasty blizzard in the North East, we should be boarding the Queen Mary early afternoon. Paul and I are both getting quite excited about this incredible opportunity to cross the Altantic on such a beautiful ship. One week total of pretty much doing nothing except enjoying everything it ...
When Ken and I started on this adventure, we said when, or if, it wasn't fun anymore, we would go home.
Well, it got to the point that it was not being so much fun anymore - so we came home.
We had a list of places and things that we wanted to see and we saw most of them. Plus, there were others that we did not have on the list that ...
The whole process is very fast, as soon as the balloon was upright, we were instructed to hop in, as weight was required to keep the balloon down until Todd was ready to fly it, which was about one minute after that. Heading up is a very fast process; one second we were on the ground and before I could even process movement, we were well up in the air. Before we went, I had wondered whether I would find the descent ...
... battles there is a lot of history as the people of Gettysburg were from the North but still had some allegiances to Virginia not much but still..it was prevalent as the south's army were greeted with hospitality when in the North's country,.
The boys enjoyed the terminology and being from Canada, they were considered foreigners in the day - and would have been told to get the help of the British to get on one of the sides...the British never ...