Renaissance Tulsa Hotel and Convention Center
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... essentials only, leaving all else locked in the boot of the car. Apart from the smell, the facilities were astounding, the bed sheet wouldn't keep anyone covered in the smallest of beds we had yet to experience, the fag burned cover a little flimsy with its pancake pillows. The one towel we had was thread bare and torn and there was a hole in the curtain with a piece of orange paper stuck over it. We had a much needed drink, a chill choc cocktail was on the cards ...
... stagehands, so it made it go up easily.
I was actually shocked today by something that happened. I was pulled aside by Rick Allen in order to talk about PTSD effects. He was having an off day and needed someone to confide in. It was really nice to be the one he sought out. I never expected to make an impact on his life when I was selected for this ...
... like Old Sequoia Hills in Knoxville...old money and big very well landscaped homes. I got a few pictures of one of the beautifully landscaped common areas...makes you drool just to look at them.
After touring around the Woodward Park area for a while, we drove closer to where our campground lies to have lunch at the White River Fish Market and Restaurant. It has been in business since 1932 and was highly recommended by the folks in the office at ...
... in Pepin, Wisconsin heading west looking for the "perfect place" to settle. While Pa had a case of wanderlust, itchy prairie feet, and always thought he had not found the "perfect place", Ma thought each place they settled to be perfect since she wanted to settle and put down roots and raise their growing family. When Charles, his wife Caroline Lake Quiner Ingalls and their daughters Mary, Laura and Carrie lived on the Kansas prairie little did they know it would change their lives ...
... as in times of old.
The kids were able to go out into the surrounding neighborhoods to order food, shop, and speak with the locals. This valuable real life experience gave them the opportunity to use their Chinese speaking abilities in the best environment suited to practice a language. They eagerly took advantage of the situation and I was proud to see them practice their Chinese!