Holiday Inn Express Biddeford
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... a pair of nutcrackers!). The nice lady at the steam pot had to show us which bits to eat! After that we grabbed our dinner, which was niiiice! The grill had a fire pit out the front and we sat and watched the world go by with some amazing steak! We then headed out towards Kennebunk and Old Orchard Beach. I ate my words of "no, we won't be driving at night" as the sun went down and 5 seconds later everything was pitch black! Cats' eyes? ...
... Yellowstone National Park, Craters of the Moon National Monument, Mount Rushmore, Badlands National Park)
Other: Sawtooth National Forest and Sawtooth National Recreation Area (Idaho), Buffalo Gap National Grassland (South Dakota)
Wildlife: Elk, Yellow-bellied marmot, antelope, moose, mountain bluebird, deer, otter, water snake, buffalo, bears (grizzly?), golden-mantled ground squirrel, ...
... end? Where the first supports are? We figured we reasoned enough and left the truck for Goose Rocks Beach. It’s a beautiful beach, about 3 miles of sand and not crowded. There were still kids making me jealous on their boogey boards but when we stepped in the water I wasn’t quite so jealous. The water was like ice! Guess I’m spoiled by the pool and oceans in the south. We did ...
... By teaching the language, I still get to practice, so my Spanish is not going away!
I've covered numbers, key phrases, some geography and culture, months, days, time, the list goes on. I'll tell you what though, every other day for 45 minutes is just not enough! Cuarenta y cinco! One 8th grade team had a field trip one day in the fall. With the students who did not go, we made Day of the Dead alters in those majestic 45 minutes. Check them out!
... restaurant called "The Lobster Shack" that has been written up in some magazine or TV show or something, so I figured I would give that a visit since I'd be able to sit down! Wow, it was also incredibly beautiful. Set on a point on the Atlantic Ocean with sweeping views in either direction, you go in and order your food fast food style, and either eat in or outside on the many, many picnic tables they had overlooking the ocean. It was quite ...
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