Sleep Inn Leesburg
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... Burt to see Greg Billings. Dawn had been texting us to hook up but once down on Main Street it was a impossible task to find her. Greg Billings really rocked the house and I couldn't help but put in a few moves. Once they finished we went over to see the closing set of Jackyl, which was the big headline band of the event, but on the way picked up a whip for my bike By now it was midnight and we were feeling peckish ...
... much to do. And not nearly enough time or money. But that's the way it always is, isn't it? There's always one more destination that's just a little too far outside the travel path. Or there's a castle that's *just* too far away to make a day trip to go see. Or, in some cases, there's an entire mountain range that is crying out to be traveled by high-speed rail, but just can't be done. *sigh*
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... we were quoted at the Hampton, this was very attractive. We have a suite with a sofa bed that could sleep an additional couple, plus a kitchenette bar area with fridge and microwave and sink, a desk and a separate eating table. The layout is very European-like with no space wasted and yet using all the tricks to make it feel roomy.
This was Richard's worst day so far and we both rested after checking in as early as we could. We had both indulged ...
... ours to be removed and the "new" one placed inside. There was some carpentry work required for it to fit in our current space, so it was expected to take a couple of days.
All seemed to be going well, although our job wasn't started until after lunch that next day - while Ann & Ken's new residential refrigerator was installed, with a couple of window replacements and some carpentry work still to be done - at about ...
... hills. And with the Alaskan Pipeline, why is gas so expensive??
Most embarrassing moment on the trip: When Carol fell off the stool in Pikes Place Market. The little women that helped her up was surprisingly sturdy (“I thought it was a big man!” – Carol).
Small world experience: Our dentist, Dr. Moody and his wife was on the same cruise!
Most frustrating post trip incident: 48 hours since we got home ...