Red Tree Inn Oceanfront
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This was always one of my favorite overnights at Mesa. And I was excited to see that this company stays at the same hotel that Mesa stayed at. It's just a short walk to the beach, about 10 minutes or so. We got to the hotel and the captain and the first officer were going to go across ...
... cakes. These 2 woman have been making these cakes for
this auction for years. The Auctioneer lets all the new comers know
if they are going to bid on only one item today this should be it. I
could hear his voice starting to get scratchy and he was starting to
sweat. There seamed to be a heavenly glow on these cakes as they were
gently set down on the table in front of the crowd.
I thought to myself, I am
going to buy one of those cakes and share it ...
... being a great guest in-tales.
It's simple, follow the THREE (3) hour rule. I have a very good and wise friend
who enlightened me of this a while back. In it's simplest form it
boils down to a visit is 3 hours long, start to finish, “3 hours a
guest – 4 or more a pest”. Now before you start to think badly of
me, think back to the example a few sentences ago. It's starting to
sound a bit better isn't it. Now there is always room for ...
... red and yellow. But no, the color caught my eye first. The perfect shade of pink; not too light and not “stop you in your tracks” neon, but just right. The laundry situation is starting to look a little questionable; shirts are being sprayed with Febreeze and laid out to freshen and would it hurt to have an extra shirt? I’m pretty sure I can still fit one more shirt in my luggage. I cave. It really is a great t-shirt! ...
... that are more easily learned by "hands on" experience than explanation.
A first occurred for us at Little River Bridge, a mile before our destination. We were the solitary boat and were about 10 minutes past the bridge's normal hourly opening. I was prepared to patiently circle while we waited for nearly an hour for the next opening. Boaters who know this bridge will be amazed at what happened ...