Super 8 Columbia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... greater-risk/high-reward options. 2. Conditions for the particular course. We don't want to play over courses that aren't looked after, and most of us have plenty of choices for playing over courses that are never taken good care of. Acceptable maintenance will be never simple, but still in the event that the greens turn out to become unplayable, for instance, we will not come back. 3. Golf course esthetics. As brought up earlier, the courses that ...
After years of dreaming and months of planning, our California Adventure is quickly approaching! Traveling, camping, and experiencing educational activities growing up are some of my fondest memories. We have been blessed to experience several wonderful trips with Lawton and Carolina already, and our wishful list of future trips is quite long! Taking a cue from Sara, we want to savor every possible opportunity that we can with our family. When I count how many summers ...
Wednesday was a great day (other than the driving all those crazy windy roads). We went to Mountain View, AR to the Ozark Folk Center. A wonderful place to experience. Yea for the hollers and msd slick and bald knobs. Even more cool is that area is part of my heritage. ...
... However, there was graffiti all over the bridge wall. It would have been nice if someone would have spray painted, "hey RV folks, you'll fit under here"! Thank goodness it was still light outside or we'd still be trying to figure that one out! Picking out your RV spot is not as easy as it sounds. After driving around and trying to find the hook-ups that we needed we set up shop between two rather questionable trailers. Did you know that KOA campgrounds allow you to ...
... 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, ...