Town House Inn
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... the tour at this point of the line". She further distracted me by having me take some pictures of the 'jelly bean art'---some really cool 'pictures' made entirely out of glued on jelly beans---Ronnie Regan, Elvis, the Pope, bunch of various singers/performers, the flag, Lady Liberty, to name just a few. Also got a shot of a custom motorcycle made especially for Jelly Belly--only problem was it was NOT a Harley--was a Victory, so ...
... the Neylans. We did a little weeding... the same thing we did in Virginia City. We visited a cemetery and did a little weeding. We clarified lots of things.
I had forgotten how he remembers everybody by what car they drove. We went to Montclair and had ice cream and came back the back way. After a lovely day, I took Patrick to Jimmy's house to meet some of his 36 cats. They asked me to ...
... congrats to Meg!!!
Then the last minute errands started. First, a run to drop off the recycling, then to get the now- wrapped presents out in the mail, and then to target.
With the clock counting down to the last fifty minutes of our time in Modesto today, J went on a landscaping mad dash and mowed the lawn an watered the plants within half an hour. Then,
It was time to clear the fridge.
... and they had no availability - full for the night - great! The receptionist was kind enough to let us use the business center to find another room - we booked a room at a sister hotel and drove over with reservation in hand to check-in for the evening - it's now after 6:00 and we're starving. We get to the front desk and..... the receptionist cannot undertand how we were able to reserve a room on the web when they have ...
... forms as molds.
We enjoyed a wonderful and colorful lunch and also were given access to the house. There was a tour of the owner private collection of architectural miniatures and memorabilia. The folding display cases by themselves were worth the trip, and showcased and unimaginable collection of objects.
After lunch in Margaret’s garden, we continued to the garden of Katherine Greenberg, renowned for its excellent display of ...