The Innlet on the Waterfront
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Whilst on our way we encountered a terrific thunderstorm overhead which made us both jump! We arrived at Steve and Norma's house around 5pm. It took us approximately two hours but with Norma's excellent directions we did not have to do any U turns! I met Steve and Norma two years ago on a cruise to St Petersburg. They made us very welcome, and after dinner we had a very nice evening in the pool with wine of ...
We ate lunch at home then headed to the beach. Sue and I read for most of the time. Rick and Jim explored on their bikes. We both took turns in Jim and Sue's blow up kayak. At the end of the day, rick arrived back on his bike with a small charcoal BBQ in hand - "found on road dead"!! Actually, someone had left it behind because they couldn't get it working and told Rick to take it if he wanted ...
... slower. People lived without the constant roar of traffic and sirens, slamming of car doors, or the scream of jets overhead.Crime was almost unheard of. People didn’t feel the need to lock their doors. Neighbours were far enough away to be cherished rather than to be blocked with privacy fences.Everyone knew their neighbours’ comings and goings and everyone in the community looked out for one another. You could walk out of your ...
... ME) I worked at Pinkerton in Owensboro for 7 years and quit work when Donna was in the 3rd grade. I didn't return to work until she was in the 8th grade and Duane in the 10th. I started to work at Bacon's Department Store in Owensboro (part-time) in the men's shoe department. Later I was promoted to Manager. In 1988 I was transferred to Bowling Green, KY. a sister store Castner & ...
... and he strained a muscle. Later on day 4 we transported some low priority items that wouldn’t fit to Habitat for Humanity. Then we decided to try to cram what still wouldn’t fit into POD 2 into Mom’s car. In the end, we somehow got it all in. The big, ceramic, Mexican frog planter got to ride shot gun. We made him wear his seat belt. ...