Residence Inn Sebring
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... a really nice time - especially since Lisa was fostering a litter of puppies.
We then continued on our normal route north. Our next stop was with brother Richard and wife Judy in Clinton, Maryland and (wait, we're not done mooching yet) then on to daughter Mary in Littlestown, Pennsylvania near Gettysburg. We pulled into Mountain Top campground in Tarentum, PA on April 22nd.
We are now ready to do our doctor thing...
... br> water about a foot every once in a while to see above the waves and
Awoke early the next morning and could
hardly see out of the tent due to the large number of No-See-Ems;
packed quickly but still received a couple hundred small bites.
Started paddling toward Highland Beach (another twenty mile day) when
I was intercepted by a fishing guide coming from Everglade City;
We had a great time meeting Lori’s family and friends and despite the invitation to stay longer we felt the need to press on in our journey. And so, leaving there, we went on to have lunch with my friend from grade school days. As I remember, it was 7th. grade in which Vickie and I got our first transistor radios and swooned over The Everly Brothers, Fats Domino, Harry Belefonte, Elvis and others. When ...
... and rushed to meet the two guys taking Timmy and David. Before they left for the trip I threatened my sisters life, limbs, and future if she didn't let me know that my son's feet were firmly back on the ground after this fly like a damn bird event. She followed through and lives to this day because she did the right thing. After some time we did get to Skype with the crew while we ran after two toddling kids at the ...
... to help people with mental issues. She is well known in the subject. There were two ladies in her class that did not get along. Both had mental problems. Onelady would weep constantly. Both participated in the class. The idea is to close your eyes and paint what comes to mind. It's almost like finger painting with the paint placed between paper and upside down. One would push upon the paper and a design would be created. ...