Ramada Burlington Hotel And Conference Center
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... a seven mile hike through the woods and on the beach, exploring the ruins of an old mansion that used to belong to the Carnegies, collecting beautiful shells and fossilized shark's teeth, climbing in 700 year old live oak trees draped in Spanish Moss, swimming in and watching the sun rise over the Atlantic Ocean, and sightings of wild horses, armadillos, raccoons, ghost crabs, cardinals, sand pipers, horseshoe crabs, great ...
... all the time now. She is having assistance from home care now and thinks its wonderful. Even though I have been asking her to Use it for the past couple of years. My older brother is staying with her at present which is giving my younger brother a break. We leave the USA on Wednesday and with no hiccups home on Friday to see Jessica off on her holiday to Central America, Canada and USA ...
... of different designs and this is what she came up with. I think it looks really cool and I'm hoping it will last till tomorrow when I get on the train to Washington D.C.
Gail finished packing her case and Beth (Gail's niece) who is also coming with us, arrived to spend the night. Gail and Beth both dyed their hair and we had a couple of drinks.
Can't wait for Washington & New York.
... we could see the attendant was doing a little dance. She kept doing this dance while she was processing Gail's card so I asked her what she was listening to while she worked. She told me she wasn't listening to anything, that she was busting to use the restroom, chucked the card in the car and bolted. We roared laughing and went home. I so wish I had videoed it.
Another wonderful day.
... We missed it all though. As we were heading back to Gail's house, the heavens opened up and it started raining really heavily. By the time we got home, the lightning and thunder had started.
Kay left once the rain stopped and I started packing the box. Thankfully, all the stuff has fitted in but it will probably cost the national debt to send it home as it is now heavier than what I ...