Land's End Motel
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... I was thinking next time I see one I'm just gonna throw my shoe at it and hopefully that will do the trick).
To be 100% honest with you, besides the bees(which were big, but left you alone), that was the only bug I saw the entire time I was there!
When we were finallllly done in the airport we got picked up by the guys from CCS
Mind you: no one speaks English.. and if they do, it is so poor. The vans did not have a CCS logo on it, and ...
So, at some point along this journey we decided to do it. We were going to take advantage of Evelyn's generosity and take our first trip to Europe as a family. Now, we had some miles that had been building over the years, but nothing outrageous, maybe 250,000 or so, enough for coach. Rob, of course, wants to handle the flights. Sounds good to me... I come home for lunch one Friday ...
... so long as it isn't filled up with VWs!).
The rest of the week was fairly uneventful. Science is ticking along, and is, in fact, about to get quite busy - since I started 2 months ago, and plants take ~6 weeks to grow/flower, you can imagine that all my good intentions I had 2 weeks after starting are now at the point where I have to follow through...super duper fun times.
Today was moderately eventful. Beginning with the recovery of the broken ...
... a lot. But I got it done, and my mom made some great meals, and I saw some friends.
This time, I probably won’t be spending my mornings grabbing a bagel and a newspaper at Beech Bagel. The one photo I saw of Beech Bagel, there was a pile of sand waist high plus in the parking lot.
It will be cold, smelly, uncomfortable, and disheartening, but it’s my job to keep myself from making the situation ...
... of course the long evening walks on the shore until the sun went down.
Yes those memories! This is what we will fight to get back! Foolish? Possibly but that’s life!
One of the reasons I decided to build up my house and stay in Island Park was because of my across the street neighbor, Gloria. She gushed about the couple who lived in my house and had five children. (which I couldn’t believe because it was such small living space) She said ...