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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Pets allowed
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... of Mild Pancreatitis of unknown cause, and with direction to avoid all spicy foods, caffeine, and alcohol. So we're sticking to that, and so far, he's been doing quite well today, without any pain pills taken.
I spent almost 8 full hours online today doing the loan application and pulling all the required proof of income reports from our CU, bank, and brokerage house. EXHAUSTING!
Ready to turn in for the night!
So we left today about 5pm (Central time), had a few things to take care of, so took a little more time to get the trailer together....will take pictures when I get a chance of the trailer and the truck......so far so good (no out of pocket expenses).....So we have been here before when we 1st started working for Maingate, we stayed at the Walmart ...
... home. We ended up hanging out at the cottage quite a bit having dinner in the dining room, scotch and backgammon on the front porch, and coffee and cereal back on the porch the next day. The weather was divine...cool in fact
On the 29th, we met Phillip Rutherford, a retired linguistics professor, who has taken over the 100+ ...
... weird that someone was going to the park as it was getting ready to close for the evening but at this point I was ecstatic that someone was there to give me a jump.
Once I had hit them up for a jump and was getting everything ready to go, I overhead one of the women talking on her phone. Apparently they were meeting a friend in the park and a miscommunication led to him being on the north side and them going to the south ...
A perfect Saturday! After cleaning the house, we rewarded ourselves with a soul-refreshing trip down the Chaparral Trail on Roy & Karen's bikes (most of it is too rough for our street bikes). Compared to Easter, all the trees were green and the wildflowers (bluebonnets, irises, etc.) were in full bloom.
The trail itself went from paved concrete, to fine gravel, to coarse rocks, to smooth dirt, to rutted dry ...