Homewood Suites by Hilton Burlington
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... stone into place. The craftsmen that worked on homes like this, did about 700 in this Finger Lake Area of New York State. They were the same men that worked on building all the canals that transported good to these area from Lake Superior. Martin Harris helped get the first copies of the Book of Mormon published and also got to see the golden plates that the book was printed from.
We then went to the place that published the Book of Mormon. ...
... ours was the only room it didn't work in (the room right above the reception, where it did work). One of my roommates mentioned it did work in the bathroom, but I didn't care to enquire as to how she discovered that. I just went to the lounge. If I hadn't, I wouldn't have had the joy of watching two men contemplating how to remove the pool table from the hostel through the (regular sized) back door, nor would I have seen the man in the kilt who emerged from ...
... we struck out to Sundridge. The roads were clear and quiet! We were both wide awake and the trip was easy - thank goodness! We arrived to Mom and Dad's a little after 3am...just in time to help Santa and then to help Mom put in the turkey.
It was again a beautiful ending to a wonderful trip! Thank you to everyone who made the trip so awesome!!
... coming up to me congratulating me on my work (aka all the other statues). I didn't want to take credit for work which wasn't mine, but they so often launched straight into praise that the best I could do was avoid embarrassing them by bumblingly conveying that, yes I am an Iroquoian stone sculptor, but I'm new in this area and most of the works in this part of the Humber aren't mine. Thank goodness my hosts told me about the artist the previous ...
... with people of all genders, ages, and political persuasions (actually not a single Republican host out of 18) it was really nice to be back with a family for the first time since Chicago. That evening we drank wine (all I can tell you is that it was red) and enjoyed a late chilli and some proper ex-pat talk.
After dragging myself away from my (almost) en suite pool table the next morning - having been woken by the thunderous pitter patter of tiny feet at ...