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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... but I didn't stay long because I had to start work at 12:00. On Thursday I get off at 3:00( hopefully) and I can't wait! Maybe I will meet Helen( German Au Pair). My Birthday is in ten days. I can't believe it. I'm sitting on the beach, drinking a Peroni and every time I see lights I think I am going to get into trouble for drinking a beer on the beach but then I remember that it is legal to drink on this beach and even to make ...
... causing the bottom frame of the camper to bow. It looked like the wood was weak, and possible rotted and appeared that the O-ring would come out. It stayed in the entire trip, but it did come out a little more during the trip.
It was an easy fix once we arrived. I found many camper owners that had the same problem and they all offered different fix-it advice. I ended up removing the aluminum siding, and replacing the wooden 1x2, supported with an ...
... to many close friends waiving and ready to donate. It was a great night reuniting with old high school friends, family and many many others. On to NYC Thursday to support my son and his buddy's fundraiser at Fiddlesticks in Greenwich Village 5-9pm. Leaving Purple Haze in Durham to rest.
Thank you Keith Vibert, Owner of MONDO, for your generosity, great food, great place!
I'm still learning how to use the GoPro Camera. View on small ...
The Mentus family has a big announcement!!
Connor can now ride a bike without training wheels!!!!!!!!
What?? What did you think I was going to say?
Anyways... Daddy removed Connors training wheels this afternoon and he had so much fun riding around the campground uninhibited by those extra wheels! Our biggest boy is growing so fast!
We had a relaxing morning followed by a visit from some good friends we ...
... that there were people in teh world not related to me.
Much of the ebb and flow of the neighborhood was based on "the old country". Gardens were a big deal and everyone had to outdo the other. Lambs would be purchased in January from the freight yards of Philly and then fattened. It took me some time to realize why the lambs I played with and fed always seemed to disappear right before Easter dinner. Everybody pitched ...