Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites Savannah-Pooler
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some of todays most lovely quotes via liv •"im stroking mama's hair" -nick •"my hair tie fell out, turn around we have to go get it" -sarah • *in georgia* "hellen keller was from here, she escaped from slavery and then helped other slaves escape" "you mean harriet tubman?" "ok her" -nick and sarah •
... homeland. He started to build a fortified house made of tabby in 1737 overlooking the waterway that ran past his property. The house took some time to complete due to two wars, one a Spanish invasion and a battle with St. Augustine. He finally finished in 1745 and started raising cattle. He planted corn, turnips, potatoes, rice, cotton, oranges, figs, pomegranates, peaches, apricots, and mulberry trees for silk. In 1756 he received a ...
... meet at the Longhorn Steakhouse about a mile up the road at 6.00 pm. We went downstairs and opened ups dress bag just out of the bus and gave Matt a Tasmanian Tiger and a Tassie stick pin for his collection. He loved them and confessed to us that he thought we were a lot of fun and really wanted to party with us. He also said he didn't tell Chanda but in New Orleans on his night off he walked into a gay bar and they asked him to flash his dick and he did, he earned ...
... window and commenced crying almost nonstop for 500 miles. Andrew seemed easier. Like he might have calmed himself, but I remember he had a 400 mile limit and we used to have to rub his feet and such. Plus I never attempted 1000 miles when he was a toddler. Toddlers need to walk around and explore. They seem to have zero imagination. So Ana just focused on her teething pain. We stopped often and let her walk around and play, but ...
... area. We were a little sneaky (you might say) we wanted to find shells for our seven grandchildren. What a fantasy. We were all alone at the beach. Not a soul in sight for miles. Oh, what a fabulous time we had. We lost all track of time and had been discovering all the sea life for three hours. We saw live sand dollars (which I had never seen before) Leon said "he thought that it ...