Hampton Inn Lexington Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... 8217;s time for others to enjoy. Robbie seemed real happy with the gift, which pleased us both very much.
We are now headed to my hometown of Oswego, NY, for 10 days. As I write we are passing the beautiful rolling green hills of Pennsylvania on Interstate 81 and are expected at my sister Peggy’s house for dinner at 6! I’m thinking we might be late. Can’t wait for more sister time and renewing friendships of my own at my 40 year class ...
... as kids. I see it with my freshmen all the time – they are TERRIFIED of finding the wrong answer. They need to be right! RIGHT I TELL YOU! Never wrong, never a mistake. Never say the wrong thing, never wear the wrong outfit. I was the same way; maybe not as bad as my little ducklings today, but I can clearly remember weighing the pros and cons of raising my hand to offer a possible interpretation to Moby Dick in Dave Sampselle’s AP Lit ...
... all, we did our part to support our flagging economy....
For our winter cruise, we decided to visit the Bahamas to explore the significant portion of the islands we didn't see in our 2009-2010 cruise. We also wished to re-visit the Turks and Caicos Islands but learned that the entrance fees and cruising permit fees have significantly increased. To explore this area in depth requires several weeks to do it justice and work around ...
... were good too :)
Sunday consisted of a great deal of goofing off. We went to the grocery store and got food for dinner for the next two nights and watched the IT Crowd. Hadn't seen it before and we pretty much loved it. The dinner was Surf and Turf. Steve helped with the shrimp on the barbie and I did garlic bread. Scott KNOWS how to cook, so it was perfect.
Saturday we loafed around for a little while and then went ...
... yanked the trip line freeing the bucket of rocks and retrieved it, allowing the stock to "float" fully into the casing. It took a little finagling to get it through the smaller diameter top bearing. The rudder was then "floating" up against the hull and ready to be connected. We repeated all this on the port side, this time working only from the transom. For each one we turned the rudder by hand to see if it fouled the hull. They both turned freely. Time for a few ...