Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Victoria
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... Jerolyn heard a noise ouside their door one night, looked out and there was a local black bear taking a shortcut through their site carrying with him a loaf of bread someone had discarded.
When Margaret and I used to go walking we had one eye on the traffic and one eye on the bush. Road signs warn motorists that bears are present in the area. Thankfully we didn't get the pleasure of meeting one.
... since it is Saturday. We stayed out there for a couple of hours, now we're watching Big Bang Theory. Hopefully we got all the plans made and then all we have to do is solidify them. It didn't go exactly the way I had envisioned, but then it is a group effort, so I need to learn to share. Will be heading for home tomorrow where we will be for about two weeks until we head to New ...
Today was a day of planning. First, Bob & I went to look at the facilities. The room is a little small, but not as small as the one at Canyon Trails in San Marcos. It is very nice and has a nice kitchen. We will have some security in the room, but others will be able to walk through to get to the exercise room. After talking with the "office", we made our "mandatory" trip to Walmart. Didn't need anything, so we just walked around ...
... at 6pm, but there is a code, so if we decided to go out there would be no problem. It is very warm outside, but think I will go for a walk after 8pm. They have cable, so Bob is watching TV. Tomorrow the Bakers arrive and we will view the rally room at that time. Since we are using this as relaxing time, probably will not go anywhere tomorrow, just hang out at the pool and try to stay cool. At least there is a breeze since we are close to the ...
... called on me, I was filled with excitement in anticipation of finally stumping him.”
“Mr. Lynch, how do you spell Nikita Khrushchev?”
“Now, Miss Kroupa, this is not a spelling contest.”
“But Mr. Lynch, you said that we may ask you any question if it is contained in the ‘Weekly Reader.’ And Nikita Khrushchev is in our current paper.”