Mariner'S Village At Carlyle Lake
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Travel Blogs from Carlyle
... and after another handful of hopefully helpful meds, a shower and another sleep wake to find Mark has made a batch of vanilla ice-cream, pizza dough for dinner tonight and lit the WFO for cooking them in.
It's quite apparent he knows what he is doing with the oven: using the blistering heat he arranged pieces of fresh chorizo sausage in a glazed terracotta baking dish and when they are sizzling, in ...
... his back. As soon as he turned, the entire front row in ringside whipped out their phones/cameras to take photos of Lamount’s rear end on fire…haha. It was marvelous; I wish I’d had the presence of mind to take photos of all of them.
The day became progressively colder as we neared the second show and I added another layer of warmth in order to make it through the second show. One guy from our sponsor group hung out at the gate with me and we ...
Today's blog post is going to be short. It was an awful day, preceded by an awful evening and to relive it in order to write about it would be defeating my ability to move past it. Today in a nutshell:
Well, we’ll start with last night…I accidentally left behind a prop bag AND John’s prop fishing rod right out in the open near the back entrance where anyone could have easily stepped on them and broken the rod. ...
... negotiating our way through some subdivisions and finally encounter the source of all wifi strength: McDonalds. We exit Troy after some good local recommendations. In an unexplained miracle, (aren't they all?), we cross some wide drain grates while passing quickly over a low-spot bridge that should have thrown us completely out of the saddle and into traffic, but amazingly we float over the top. Wow! We arrive in our last town ...
... first wedding anniversary, March 24, 1946. So we decided before the trip that we must visit the ACP. They have a docent tour each Sunday at 12:00 that we couldn't make, but we did attend the 1:30 Celebration Service and had an amazing experience. They also have a traditional service Sunday mornings.
The ACP is the oldest American church outside of the USA - founded in 1814 in a house. It was in the area of the Arc de Triomphe for many years, but was ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking