Super 8 Columbia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... playing we acquire an individual relationship with, and esthetics has a major part of it. It's always a great deal more fun to keep returning to a location where golfers can always be appreciative with the beauty. 4. Costs. There's certainly a value aspect to what people are agreeable to pay. Just about everyone is willing to pay at least a bit more for any truly exceptional course. But it typically comes right down to how much an individual has: the ...
... Ken Burns segments, a woman named Margaret Gehrke journaled extensively as she and her husband extensively explored National Parks in the 1920's/30's (if I remember correctly). The following quote resonates with us as we are embarking upon our next adventure: "Let those who will, buy lands, hoard money. We will have memories, glad memories of golden experiences together." San Francisco, (and the Golden State) here we come to make "glad memories of golden experiences ...
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. ...
... member and have your own private lot? Why yes they do. I'm talking permanent residents that set up shop, indoor meets outdoor living if you know what I mean. It took a bit of time but we finally got settled in. With electric hooked up, slides out, candles lit, pillows fluffed, cocktail in one hand, dog leash in the other we headed out for a walk. We weren't five minutes into our walk when Mike said to me, "I like this RV site better."! So guess what? We moved out. ...
... 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, ...