Town & Country Motor Inn Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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Its the 4th of July and this means parties and parades. Bar Harbor put on a great show.
Make the choice to run the storm and go to Acadia. The National park is a loop road following the coast line. Quite a wild place can see why people come to watch the storms here. Cannot hang around as the first Atlantic Hurricane of the season is …
... started Sioux off going through the whole soundtrack of 'Gigi the Musical' so I get to hear Gigi all over again and again. Lucky me.
There's nothing at Jackson except a ski resort and a lot of ski lodges. There's more snow around here so we stopped along a small side road and exchanged snowballs. I had to stop throwing snowballs when Sioux hid beside my Chevy Equinox and I didn't want to risk damaging the SUV. I love my Chevys Equinox.
For dinner that ...
... off the mountain! Now this requires a little bit of a back story. When you reach the age of 90 and you go skiing, there are a few perks -- one of them is you get to ski for free. With our program, one morning-only lift ticket is included, so we basically ski from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., and you can upgrade your ticket to a full-day ticket for $15 per day. At Sunday River, most of the lift operators are pretty relaxed about checking tickets, and we skied until about ...
... the experienced skier. The best part about the end of the day...is that it isn't even close to the end of the day. Instead of having to drive back home like many of the other poor souls on the mountain, we get to enjoy relaxing at the Inn in whatever way we see fit.
Tomorrow is another day. If the forecast is correct, we should be skiing on six inches of fresh power by 9:00 a.m. But for ...
... me. Not only because I believe in the mission of Road Scholar and have the privilege of spending my week with riders up to age 90, but because I am sharing this time with my father, 58, who is on his first Road Scholar program.
With the passing of his mother, my grandmother, about two weeks ago, there is no other place that I would rather be than right here with him enjoying a sport he has been a part of for over 40 years. Not only are ...