Homewood Suites Davidson
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... voucher was a good tradeoff. At the last minute they called me up and assigned me a totally different seat. So now I'm no longer with Kim and have nothing to show for it. Thanks for nothing USAir. Great customer disservice! Home in a few hours though. Bittersweet after a great week away with Kim. We travel well together and I hope we can do a lot more of ...
... I would have done some damage to someone’s head anyway). Well, he was determined that I would do it so after some instruction, I managed to do it on the fifth go. Lots of fun if a bit macabre. Linton, of course, did it first go but he had had practice as a boy.
There was soap making, candle making, spinning and weaving, hunting, pottery, carpentry, gunsmith, and taxidermy. This man hunted bears and trapped beavers even today. He ...
... got the idea that no touch before see welcome image on the screen. New freakout was that why does he have a screen and mine isn’t showing. A conspiracy complaint causing attendants to look like blue birds on wheels running around aisles. Alas all was well in overstimulating passages to keep them in a state of zombie starring at the console for as long as possible. BUT no one console still would not work. How do I know? She sat behind me and for the next half hour screamed ...
... these two areas as well. Men were walking around or working on things everywhere we looked.
Near the second window they had a racing seat on a display stand that you could sit in to get the feel of it. I tried it out and then had Cheryl get in to try it out. I put all of the harnesses (seat belts) on her and tightened them up to give her the feeling of being ready to race. She was pretty snug in there. Can you imagine being in a racing suit ...
... the hikers ahead of us, we were stunned by his sudden appearance that was too close for comfort. As he
passed merely a foot or two away from us, it took a while to realize what had happened to turn around and take a picture. Thankfully, my friend Brooke walking a few feet ahead of me managed to take a shot of the fox, and a bewildered me.
At about 8000 ft was a pond surrounded by the Tetons ...