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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... they were working we could give input on the work being done in real time. 4- Everyone is very polite, honest and informative and basically makes us feel important. 5- The campground is very adequate....it's a parking lot but in our experience a very pleasant place to be when waiting for maintenance. And we have something in common with most everyone here----we have a ...
... NOT IMAGINE doing that and thought I would tough it out and wait for the pain to pass. After a mostly sleepless night, I got the courage to let Doctor Bob pierce my nail with a needle. I wouldn't let Doug do it but Doctor Bob convinced me he had lots of experience doing the procedure not just to people but calves as well. So he did it, it didn't hurt and although very sore, I was able to carry on.....Thanks Doctor ...
Up until this point, Scott has yet to drive. So, finally in the morning his trainer is giving him the go ahead to get behind the wheel in order to move his first haul for a pick up at Tyson Foods. Let's hope for the best!
((Will try and update this post later on when I talk to Scott more.))
So, as of 7:15pm (Eastern) Scott is on I-20 about to hit I-10 on his way to Tolleson, AZ. ...
... the town and it's history (the oldest town in Texas). We also went out that night and listening to a local band play. We had plans to spend time at the lake, but the weather did not cooperate with us.
It was great catching up with more family and connecting with people we don't get to see very often!
... a while there, but the good folks at Lundquists finally tracked down all the parts for my 13 year old car and stayed overtime Tuesday night fixing it, so I could pick it up on Wednesday and leave town on Thursday!
I am definitely going home the long way this year...through New Orleans, up to Minnesota, then west to Oregon. My goal for the first day was Nacogdoches, in East Texas. East Texas could just as easily ...