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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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So I graduated in May and I guess I just wasn't ready to become a adult yet. As long as I can remember I have always wanted to go to Africa. That is when I thought, why not do it now since I don t have anything holding me back. So after a summer of researching Africa and volunteer opportunities, I received a call from Frontier (a travel abroad company) on July 17th 2015 (while I was at country thunder). The phone call was basically a phone interview asking about my overall ...
We leave today for Seattle and the San Juan Islands. We will be staying in Seattle for three days. Then taking a ferry to San Juan Island off the coast of Washington. We are staying at Friday Harbor and I hope to see three pods of orca. Mary has a chocolate tour planned and a tour of Pike Place market in ...
... my parents when they were alive. It is always good to talk to them when we are in town. We had a good visit with them and introduced them to Mousse.
When Kathy and Dozer got home from work, we headed out to Byron, IL for dinner. We will be leaving for North Carolina tomorrow. On the way back to Kathy’s we always try to stop by Pete and Izzy Pielak. They are good friends of ours and ...
... Josie brings us nothing but pure joy every single day. She wakes up with a smile and is ready to play from the word "go." It took a little time to get her up to speed on her new time zone (of course, it took several days for Dana and I to catch up too!)
The long flight home went extremely well. (Thank you baby Robitussen.) Josie's ears were not bothered at all and she slept a great deal of the time. And, ...
... winds in the morning, and then they swing to the north? Whatever the case, it's NOT FUN. I spoke with a seasoned trucker at a Wisconsin truck stop, he said there are no tricks, all you can do is slow down...
Minnesota was all rolling corn fields, lots of tractors mowing the old crops, the picture below is a good example:
Every so often there will be ...