Sleep Inn & Suites Emmitsburg
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... bottles of champagne popped open at midnight to celebrate in style the arrival of 2014. Good company, good food, what more could you want?
Alexandra drove up to Emmitsburg and spent New Year's Eve and Day with the family. She left this morning at 6:00 am to go back to Richmond. Even this has been an absolutely perfect Holiday Season at the Regester family, it will come to no surprise when I tell you that it is not easy for me ...
... the coldest temperature I've ever hiked in. No, there will be no guitar this time--trying to strum a guitar at minus 20? Nope, that ain't happening--nor will I need to... today my Superhike will take me to two towns I already parkbenched a full 6 years ago. Now I'm going to experience them a bit more.
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Hiking in this kind of weather isn't a problem--if your suited up in an expensive snowsuit. Since I doubt I'll be doing ...
Our trip to Norway is now less than a month away! Butch and I have begun our planning. We need to begin making our packing lists, purchase the necessary electrical gadgets (adapters and converters), and resolve my biggest dilemma: how in the world am I going to fit everything in my two suitcases?!?
We are counting down the days to explore a new landscape, culture and take in all that this beautiful country has to offer.
... at about 30-40 MPH. At high tide the water had reached the sand dunes well above the usual line. At the same time we were monitoring the weather channel and they were predicting a massive land fall from anyplace from here in Ocean City to Long Island. Ocean City only had mandatory evacuation from 32 street south and being at 127Th street the option was ours. Although the wind was really never and issue the surge ...
... primarily have control over going up and going down, but very little control over steering. This is why there is a follow-car for recovery of the balloon and passengers: the pilot doesn't know, when he goes up, where he is going to come down. The pilot can steer a little bit; by trial and error, he can figure out what happens to the balloon at different altitudes and then he can steer by either climbing or descending. In our ...