Super 8 Columbia
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... the death of her daughter and she wanted to honour the memory of her daughter in some way. So, since she and her daughter used to enjoy that store, she gave the store $200 and told the chic to use the money to pay for customers' purchases until it was all gone. At the time, not knowing the full story of this $200 payment in advance, we thought the jar that was on the counter was a donations jar for a memorial to be put up, so we put in $10. While eating our yoghurts, the sales chic ...
... Market where they were having a
Watermelon Festival. Yummy fresh produce, some crafts and of course
we bought a large Watermelon.
Then onto watch a Soccer game that one
of the kids was playing in. Part way through, huge downpour so we
went running for the car but that was over in 3 or 4 minutes and it
kept the temperature down. They won 3-1 which ...
... the drums. So we haven't seem
them in that long but have history with them for decades before that.
So lovely to chat and eat and hang. The kids buddied up straight away
and the family has a self contained flat off the garage so Ben and I
have some space for a few days and the kids stay in the RV. Divine!
While we are in the area we plan to visit a few old places again and
find some new ones to enjoy for the first time.
As most of you know, we bought a Forest River "Forester," class C, 32-ft. motorhome and are traveling from TN to the west coast and back. We are pulling a Honda CR-V behind the RV, and have our 4 bikes on the back of the CR-V. We are quite the ...
... when I am passed by a semi! Every axle of wheels splashes me, but I am OK with that, I am thankful to have his mass in front of me like a big cow catcher in case there is something on the road, and also appreciate his tail lights to follow.
Now that the front is taken care of I worry about being rear ended. I can't see **** in my fancy aftermarket Arlen Ness mirrors on a sunny day, so forget about it now. I cycle my turn signals 3 flashes left, ...