Oak Tree Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... because the health of our daughter, Joy, had been so unstable, we put this desire on hold. Recently we felt God was telling us that now is the time.
Our desire is to adopt a girl between 6-10 years old; that would make her about the same age as Joy. We hope that we can travel this summer as we have more babysitter options for Joy. We anticipate having to stay 1-2 months in the Ukraine from what we ...
Our first camping trip with the new motor home, we decided to journey to Brunswick Maryland and camped along the Potomac River. The campground was beautifully situated right on the river, and immediately adjacent to the C & O canal bikepath. We arrived on Saturday afternoon, and were able to take a wonderful 5 mile ride to Harpers Ferry. Harpers Ferry surprised us with its beauty and quaint charm, as well as ...
This week, Michelle is out of the office, except for Thursday. I think everyone feel more relaxed when she's not onsite. They laugh and of course are louder too. I don't have to feel too conscious as well. Joseph is coming tomorrow and wants to chat about workload. I have been working so hard at getting all the BPOS migration done before I leave. I would hate to leave that incomplete before I ...
... air and space museum - John was happy to see it, but the kids weren't as interested as he'd hoped. Was very well presented. Lots of stuff to see. Taxi back to hotel - saw lots of groups of child care kids. Thinking that it must have been their designated time to go outdoors. Explained to the kids that the schools and child care here probably are all inside, with no outdoor play areas, so they go out into the parks and go for a walk around ...
... Washington Monument to Jefferson Memorial. The sun was setting by this point so we got some nice pictures with Jefferson and the sunset. Our final stop was Lincoln Memorial. The tour guide wanted us to first go to the War Memorial, but it was getting dark and we really wanted to see Lincoln, so we rebelled and left the pack to see Mr Lincoln, who was very impressive on his seat. We took some nice night shots of Washington Monument before heading back to the bus.