The Kenmore Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... squalls that we may encounter on our trek. Jodie & I both decided that we would never be too far from some kind of shelter. If we do have to endure a quick torrent we will utilize the cheap but ever versatile poncho. Probably sold for some ridiculous price, no doubt, that is probably plastered with some kind of Disney character. Maybe we will just buy some ponchos at Wegmans before we leave. I have gotten them for rainy days at work there and they are really cheap and really ...
... heart pounding away in my chest. The plane started to drop and dive to the right... "oh my god! Oh My God! OH MY GOD!!!" It took a couple tries before he could get the plane started again and get us back to the ground where I so badly wanted to French kiss the soil beneath my feet.
So, you see, my fears are valid. Now, I must figure out how to overcome them. Our flight is at 6:50am. I don't want to numb myself with drugs ...
... year round. The one near Roanoke,
with a seven mile hiking/biking trail through the woods, would make a
wonderful base to explore that city.
weeks end we were with Jessie, John and Abby in Gastonia. John had my
“new” bike ready for me and we did a trial ride at the Whitewater
Center. What a wonderful park for any community! Wilderness adventure
within fifteen minutes of anywhere ...
... small- 2 strawberries, 2 very small bunches of grapes, 4 slices of cheese and 1 small wedge of brie. There were crackers but they were wheat so I couldn’t eat them and since my bag was taken containing my rice crackers I was out of luck. So I was starving, wanted a latte, was tired.
I was so happy getting on that last plane because I was getting a window seat at least. The earlier flights were not by ...
... of Mason Neck State Park and went in search of some gnomes. This was a different and very fun geocache. On the way to the cache we saw a grown up Bambi! And I twisted my ankle on the way, being all excited about seeing the deer and stepping on the edge of the path where the newly laid gravel of the path were very loose. At least it was on the last cache...
After our long hours of geocaching we drove back towards the hotel, stopping at Washingtonian Center for a bit of Thai ...