Rodeway Inn Stratford
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... of 9 to 10 knots which is nice on the pocket book and easy on the back. The last 45 minutes we decided to open it up 28 to 30 knots you could see the dollars flying off the boat lol...but this boat can fly when you want it too :-) Cruising into NYC was so lovely this time in the sunshine much better than last week. We passed several barges being pushed by tugs man those little boats are strong.
As I type this a huge yacht ...
... Maple trees are everywhere they are old huge all kinds of varieties I think the fall leaf dropping must be insane butt beautiful.
Dinner I tonight this is not my kitchen at home the stove top doesn't get super hot but I'm getting more used to it...salmon and stir cry veggies.
Fingers are crossed they can fix the engine tomorrow.
Good night all.
... over the perfect stroller to carry my angel safely and comfortably this summer. We also decided to bring the playard instead of the pack-and-play so Abby will have more room to sleep and stretch. That meant my scouring the internet for the perfect sheets while Dad researched the best child locator/GPS monitor, and harness. For Justin, there are gaming accessories and power conversion needs to consider. ...
... and we take from them what we choose to.
With this said, when I got back from my house visit, I checked my photos from my backyard plantings and now a twang of pining returns… I’m posting pics of my backyard because I was so proud and it gave me so much joy that I want others to share.
…but as I began in the headline.... pages turn, chapters end & new ones begin.
Namaste and shalom.
... to spare. As I ran for the departure gate I spotted a man with a catalog in his hand, and it was instant bonding from that second on. We've remained very close friends ever since. Our companies wanted us to compare selling methods, so approximately every two years we would visit each other either in the UK or the US, and then travel together to see our accounts. David would always drive the secondary roads and through the small towns. In doing so, I was able to visit almost every part ...