Quality Inn Thomaston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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We left Ballston Spa on Monday the 8th with a great deal of sadness. After being there for a month we all had a comfortable routine that was difficult to give up. We miss Avery knocking on the door with"it's me Avery", Christopher and his wonderful sense of humor looking very sharp in his football uniform and Emma always stylish rushing off to diving practice. We stopped in VA at the Endless Caverns campground and took the tour of ...
Year 2, Day 122 - Today we drove over the the FDR Little White House. This is a State Park and well worth the trip. There is a very nice museum and short film to see and then you enter the grounds behind the museum and take a walk past a great fountain and up a hill with the flags of all the states flying with pieces of stone announcing each state with the date of the year it became a state. The purpose was to have different kinds ...
... Neither of us have been to Northern Europe and we both have family roots in Sweden. Thought it would be good to experience our ancestoral land. So I need to pack my wedding dress, tux, and more. Can you believe our photographer never got any pictures of US together at our wedding last year? So I am making sure we get some together this time. We are traveling alone so hopefully a good samaraten will take creative pics. We also bought a new camera and ...
... all of the bad things I said earlier about toll roads, this very nice lady was so helpful to us and probably saved us an hour or two of going nowhere on the interstate. That $9.75 for tolls today was money very well spent.
So, now we motor down the highway only to run into hundreds of thousands of bugs. They were so bad that wipers could not clear the mess. A stop at Walmart let many of them into the RV ...
... flown to St. Louis to see him Father’s Day weekend; our mother and five siblings made the tragic vigil over the next week. We all knew it was the end but had hoped Brett could rally; he lived long enough to see his 52nd birthday on July 6. It was the finale of a 20-yr. illness that should never have been and I began writing down my thoughts as we traveled.
Tuesday, July 12, ...