Poco Loco Lodge
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The day started with a breakfast of Cranberry-Orange muffins and fruit. We then met with the Bakers to scope out the rally room and furnishings. Depending on how many people actually show up, it may be a little tight, but we'll manage. About 11:15 we piled in the car and drove out to Lavaca Bluffs Winery, again. I took my glass since I was not going to do a tasting again, so I had a glass ...
Today was a day of planning. First, Bob & I went to look at the facilities. The room is a little small, but not as small as the one at Canyon Trails in San Marcos. It is very nice and has a nice kitchen. We will have some security in the room, but others will be able to walk through to get to the exercise room. After talking with the "office", we made our "mandatory" trip to Walmart. Didn't need anything, so we just walked around ...
... HEB for a couple of things. When we returned, we went to the pool for a while and to relax. It is a very nice pool. The park itself is very nice, but since it is relatively new, it is wide open. The grounds are very nice and well kept. There is a small lake in the center and there is a fountain in the lake. There is a sidewalk around the lake, so it will be a nice walk. All the sites are back in and we are very close to the lake. There is a gate ...
Waking up in London was both happy and sad. Happy, because we are going home to see our girls and jump back into our life! Sad, because it was so wonderful to have two weeks together, free from duties or stress. For us to have this adventure was truly a gift that we will not take for granted. It has reminded us that we are adventurers at heart. The beauty of the greek islands will stay with us as we return to Austin.
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“Mr. Lynch, how do you spell Nikita Khrushchev?”
“Now, Miss Kroupa, this is not a spelling contest.”
“But Mr. Lynch, you said that we may ask you any question if it is contained in the ‘Weekly Reader.’ And Nikita Khrushchev is in our current paper.”