Quality Inn and Suites Airpark East
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... leash dog park aptly name Tanglewoof. There are two sections; one for large dogs and one for, you guessed it, small dogs. It is all grass and has benches at a few locations within the fenced areas. There were a variety of dogs there and every one of them seemed to get along just fine. We stayed until the dogs were sufficiently sniffed and tired out. We loaded up the crew, including Harley and Momba, and hit the road for Mt. Airy.
Mt. Airy, is ...
... from Korea I literally stopped doing everything that got me hooked on the culture. To be honest, I'm not sure why; maybe it was just my way of trying to protect myself from missing everything I experienced while there or maybe I just experienced it and was time for something new. But, recently I've started getting back into my Korean love phase and I'm starting to remember everything. I even finally finished my 2nd scrapbook that I've been working on.
I found ...
... tow. Apparently he had told them how beautiful the wood inside our coach was and they were following him over to take a look. Alan wastes no time meeting people and making new friends. And I believe he could talk to anyone, any time, about anything.
We all headed to Susie and Ed’s place where we planned to have dinner, watch the Belmont Stakes and talk. Lots of talking took place. There was a bit of drinking going on, too. Susie made a cocktail with ...
... to a group of condos. They were all painted a slightly different light pastel color, but otherwise they looked to be identical. They weren’t cheap ones, either. We aren’t sure what the story is on them, but there was a lot of money tied up there.
We were now retracing much of the trip we took to get up here. It is a pretty drive, and it always looks different when you are driving the opposite direction anyway. Ultimately, we ended ...
... middle school 30 minutes away. She did a fellowship that paid for her master's in education degree, and in return she is teaching in an underserved area for 3 years, which she would have done anyway! It's like the scholarship I'm applying to, except for teachers! She says she loves it! They showed a lot of interest in my experiences, and shared their community activities, especially what it's like putting together the summer festival. ...