Regency Inn of Oxford
Travel Blogs from Oxford
... road for too long is not comfortable.
The dogs are handling the heat well. We hosed them down and shampooed them yesterday and then we hosed them down again this morning after our run.
Actually Scott ran and I biked and the dogs part ran and part walked(with me) Scott must have lost about 10 pounds by now.
I will attach more pictures today.
Hope everybody is enjoying there last few days of summer.
Kerry & Scott
... USING HIS OUTSIDE VOICE. A LOT. I apologized to our very patient server for the antics when she came 'round with the bill. "Honey," she said, "don't you worry about anything. This is a family restaurant. We want you to be comfortable and at home. My boys act up much worse than he did."
My eyes welled up immediately. I thanked her and the hostess who also stopped by the table to reassure me that we were ok and not a problem. Who does that sort ...
Hurray! Trailer is unpacked, cleaned, washed, waxed and stored.
GPS Distance – 7381 miles point to point
Truck Distance – 12,383 miles total miles for all ...
... We also visited a few bookstores where my dad was nice enough to buy me a few cool souvenirs then headed over to Elmo’s Diner for lunch. The best part about my lunch, hands down, was my chocolate milkshake but the food was pretty good too. That evening we headed back to Duke to visit the Gardens, which were absolutely gorgeous and the live music that was going on was really impressive, all in all it was a really good day.
Meeting Annmarie and her family for the first time was really exciting. Her two boys Christopher and Michael are just so full of life, compassion, and enough energy to wipe out a soccer team. I joined them for a quick swim at the community pool then we came home where we played baseball and basketball all of which consisted of their own, always changing, rules, ...