Inn Town Bed And Breakfast At The Spencer House
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... until 1am listening to the history of the house, investigations, paranormal activity, and using a Ouija board in the basement by candlelight. Epic evening.
... a little sleepy still, but the best part was this pint-sized girl (she couldn't even talk yet) who wanted to help J.P. with everything. When he "dropped" his hat, she waddled over to it and held it up for him. When he "dropped" his juggling balls, she made sure she was the first one over to get them for him. Since part of his shtick is those items dropping, she wasn't actually helping him, but it was super cute all the same.
... his students still have the chance to enjoy being kids, which is so admirable.
We visited a ticket seller next, Bartolini’s, where Steve & Ryan attempted a meatball eating contest last year and apparently failed. Haha. Bartolini’s has a photo of them draped over the table with their meatball sub in various stages of disarray around them. John declined the challenge (we weren't stopping there for long anyway), we got a picture with the owner, ...
Our flight landed in Chicago and the airport is MASSIVE. My ticket was not clear on where the gate was, so I asked a woman when I got off the flight where exactly the gate for the departure of Dusseldorf was. She had a very strong accent and told me K55, which was SO far from where I was, but I said "Thank God for 2 feet" and walked for 30 mins across the airport with my bags. I arrived at gate K55 and it said it was going to another part of the world and so I asked at ...
... the roads were wonderful, we
know a little bit different.
We arrived at this large
campsite right on the button, the GPS took us right to the door, and the
campsite was almost empty, except we saw a large white “ serious
motorhome” that I thought I recognised, it was Roger and Rita's from the
Silk Route club, they are spending a few weeks here in Morocco getting
to know the country better. We had an enjoyable afternoon with them ...