Red Roof Inn Atlanta North
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... cervical vertebrae, twice the number of mammals) and can rotate its neck up to 270 degrees, very rapidly too! I also learned the reason vulchers are able to digest dead and rotten foods is that their stomachs are very, very highly acidic! It kills whatever nasty bacteria and toxins reside in the meat they eat. They also cool off their feet by peeing on themselves, a mechanism called urohydrosis. I guess since they can't sweat, they use their ****. I ...
... around the Sibley Horticulture Center, which had a Mediterranean exhibit as well as a tropical exhibit with huge banana trees! They didn't have much written down, just plaques with names of the plants. I guess since it's a private attraction with high end lodges and golf course, it doesn't have a lot of educational resources geared towards school children? I would've liked to read more about these plants. The arborists (?) who designed and shaped the ...
... very thoroughly. So I arrived early, decorated and blessed the room, then waited. And waited. Mecca got so bored she started watching Netflix on my phone. Thomas grabbed a magazine from the shelves. I sat and looked expectantly toward the door. By 4:30pm we realized no one was coming. Mecca kept asking when the kids would arrive because we had set up a kids corner that she ...
... a lawyer with the National Security Agency for a number of years. Rich has left NSA and came out from undercover to lunch with us. Rich’s son Lee and his girlfriend joined us in a funky pub near the harbor. We caught up on our respective lives, exchanged “Remember when . . . ?” stories and parted fondly.
We set up in our motel in Pikesville and joined Ben’s in-laws-to-be, Lee and Diane Tuchman for dinner at their home with Ben, ...
We only have 72 more days to go. And that is after I started this planning process just about a year from our date we take off for our biggest family trip that we have ever taken.
There is the four of us, my husband Pete, an ER doctor, Jennifer a 14 year old freshman in high school and Jared, a 7th grader who will turn 13 in the beginning of December and me.
I tend to be a planner by nature so as I look around my desk I see ...