Ramada St. John'S
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... it a cheery feeling regardless the weather.
Kyle's second game was at the same time as Tyler's so we had to make a decision about whose game to watch. We decided that we had already seen Kyle play today so we were going to catch Tyler's game.
Tyler's game was an exciting game to watch but we were on the wrong side of the score. The boys had the luck of a shithouse rat (bad luck). We lost 5-3. Unfortunately, that means ...
... in the Battle of the Atlantic. To provide protection for convoys from German submarines a battery and garrison was stationed at Cape Spear featuring bunkers, underground passages, and two 10-inch guns. Today this outpost is no longer used by any military and the remains of the bunker stand as a reminder of the impact of the war. Along with its history Cape Spear is an excellent place to see seabirds, icebergs, ships, and whales in the spring and ...
... turn into a lifelong passion for building.
After my high school graduation, I didn't pursue a building construction career. I bounced around from place to place, job to job, until one day at the age of 22 I decided building was part of who I am. I enrolled in the Carpentry program and haven’t looked back since. I ...
... he had selected his 5 prunes and moved on. I scooped up a few and returned to my seat. There I found a woman sitting with Kier. Her husband was in the buffet line...you know where I'm going with this, now don't you?? Yup, Mr. Prune Picker shows up at our table. He places his bowl of cereal topped with the carefully selected prunes, and then disappeared again. He returned shortly after with another empty bowl. This one he placed ...
... 3pm and we hadn't had anything to eat other than lollies. It was difficult to find anything until we got to Gould where we found a quaint diner. Jenny is crazy about diners and I just think fat. We passed on fried fish tongues and went for fried cod. We got talking to the waitress who is the granddaughter of the original owner who told us the tongues were from cod and were the most popular dish. She offered us some but we refrained. She said they were ...