Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Huntsville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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For those of you that don't believe my post from yesterday about the bagpipes...I managed to catch a video of him this morning, after Mom and I got home from church. I was going to ask him to come up to the house and play for the people across the street that were up till 2am, doing Karaoke in the backyard, round the fire. The later it got, the louder the songs, ...
Mom lives next to this odd guy (a young fellow with a wife and 4 kids) who cuts his grass but goes around any clumps of weeds that look like they might be flowers. They don't have any real, planted gardend, just these mini wild oasis spotted around the property. So, you can imagine what the lawn looks like! He has little random gardens of Queen Anne's Lace, thistles, buttercups, etc. And he is trying to hide the mailboxes on the corner of ...
... if you can repurpose the countertop after you die? Maybe get it pre-etched with your name and date of birth in the underside, so it's not too tacky....we tend to have these conversations when we have been in the RV for more than 3 or 4 days... Getting back on track...got past Sudbury and headed south to Bracebridge, to my Mom's house. We called ahead and ordered pizza!!! Kidding. Mom made us pizza for supper and we shared all the goodies we had bought yesterday at ...
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... 8217;s dog, Pete. We watched the lake for any movement, in awe of the stillness of the water and its astonishing reflection of the evening sunshine’s glow, before a cheeky beaver appeared and lived up to its adjective when it slapped its tail to warn us off its territory. He continued swimming near the bank to get to a cherry tree he’d started gnawing on earlier; I didn’t realise quite how destructive they were until I was told the huge pond had ...