Mariners Landing Golf and Lake Community
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... Tuesday and led Governor Charlie Baker to activate the National Guard, Bay Staters saw only a dusting during the day on Wednesday, but a more significant storm may hit the region this weekend, the National Weather Service said.The continuing snow, which had reached 78.5 inches by Wednesday, has vaulted winter 2014-2015 into the top 10 snowiest in Boston's recorded history, according to the weather service. The worst was 1995-1996, with 107 ...
Two days in Roanoke.
Surprised Harry at work on Tuesday, Nov 18. *giggling* thanks Matt!! yes, Matt was the one that instigated it. You just can't trust that Cat in the funny hat! LOL
Awesome meeting Harry. What fun! Too bad you can't come out tonight, but at least I got my hug. ;-)
Dinner tonight at the Summers'.
... book a trip, with full payment, you can choose the best available seat. One of their pick-ups is right down the street from our apartment at the Walmart parking lot.
We looked at their catalog online, decided to take this trip to Nashville to try them out, and if we liked this company and traveling on a bus, we will book other trips. Called them back, booked this trip and best seat available was #7 back from the front.
The Blue Ridge Parkway is a 469 mile road that starts at the smoky mountains of north carolina and leads into virginia. It is a very beautiful drive and offers things to do including hiking along the way. The parkway also features in a scene in Forest Gump. Along the parkway we stopped to hike to a few summits and through national parks, saw the wild animals, investigated and learnt about the gem mines, visted an old water mill, learnt about the music of the ...
... by one vote) he ran for the Senate and won. Becoming the only former president to serve there.
Andrew Johnson suffered a stroke at his daughter's place in Carter County, Tennessee and died on July 31, 1875. At his request, his body was wrapped in the American flag and his head rested on a copy of the Constitution. He was buried on top of a hill on land ...