Hobby Inn and Suites
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... I don't think we'll have enough room. I haven't been camping since my sleep-away camp days, and I'm looking forward to it even though with the recent inventions of things like smart phones and iPads and such, I'm sure camping will be a lot different than back in the day.
All I need is a duffel bag for my clothes, though Justin seems to think I'll pack my entire wardrobe and I'll make the bag too heavy... ...
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... my bags (2 large checked bags, rolling carry-on, and backpack) will be stuffed full. Oops. So for my non-light packing self I used a packing app. That I actually paid a bit for. I realize I can make lists on my own especially with various packing lists that can be found online. But having it was reassuring and it let me organize like crazy (items by type, specifying which bag each item is in, things like that). Overkill? Maybe. But ...
... hope that maybe it'll inspire you to take a trip of your own sometime, at some point in your own travels. And for those who may not be able to afford the chance, let this be a small window into a lost world.
Let me take a moment to introduce myself and my immediate traveling companions. My name is Josh Lucas, I'm a Reptile and Amphibian keeper at Oklahoma City Zoo. I'm traveling with my lovely, and endearing wife, Sonia Lucas, who ...
... regulations. Zoning effectively acts as a supply restriction, and if demand exceeds supply the price must rise. In 2008 only 4% of Houston’s homes were in foreclosure compared to 11.5% in Florida and 14.4% in California.
Okay, okay, now you know what bored economists do. Back to my non-economist activity – watching Broadchurch on my computer. :)
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