Red Lion Hotel At The Park
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The Swinging Bridge
This trail was a bit longer with a few more ups and downs. Eventually we got to the swinging bridge and it was basically a slim wooden bridge that traversed the water about 50ft or so above. It was supported by lots of rope and steel cables so it looked pretty sturdy.
For the record, they only recommend a couple of people at a time on it. Two adults and a kid or two seemed fine. In ...
FATHER'S DAY 06.15.14
Roses, Roses and More Roses!!!
This all started last January when I took a picture of a Pink Promise HT Rose in my Arizona garden and included it in this blog with a note 'This Rose is for you Kent!’ I was being bad and sent the picture of the rose as a 'neener, neener, neener' to Kent knowing that he didn't have any roses blooming on Rock Hill ... Well, Kent replied that I needed ...
... they hadn't been open in the last ten to twenty years) and, despite the houses and the vehicles, there were no people around. Totally Creepy Town #1. Shortly thereafter we stopped in Wallace, Idaho, for some gas and bathroom breaks. This town seems to be located directly under a high way over pass and they all drove like lazy jerks, it was awesome. America! There were a lot of oversized monster-like trucks, so I'm assuming the guys have to push their chests out and ...
We went to little big horn battlefield it was cool we got to the jr. Ranger badge it was good we are driving to mom's cosines. Dinner was great I found this good show called whodunit it on abc every Sunday night at9 to10 pm it is a murder show by ...
... Director of the Providence Marianwood Foundation. "As chaplain, he is a valued member of the care team at Marianwood every day. This walk proves his dedication to the elderly residents at Marianwood and to his colleagues who put in long days in sometimes stressful circumstances. That’s a nice win-win!"
Johann encourages donations in support of his walk to be directed to the Marianwood Bistro ...