Travelers Inn Gainesville
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... br> Place called Gainesville Ale House, had some pretty good deals, $6 a pitchers, so pretty much $1.50 a pint
Also Newcastle Brown Ale is big here
... J. T. Glisson, The Creek
The last day of our program had arrived and that is always rather disappointing. After breakfast, J.T. Glisson spoke again. He had some more very entertaining stories, a few I knew from The Creek and others had to do with his flying adventures and how he met his wife, Pat. (Pat came with him this time and ...
... fun and lots of laughs!
Cal, the center director, had made a DVD for each participant with a slide show of the week's events featuring photos submitted by John and a few others. In our many Road Scholar programs, this was a first. And what souvenir could be better!
This was the last full day of our program. That was sad but we were looking forward to J.T.'s return on Friday.
... impressed with the stained glass windows where the Apostles' Creed is illustrated.
Some free time followed so participants could explore on their own. We wandered down St. George Street and eventually found our way to The Gifted Cork, our favorite wine store. As soon as I walked in, the young sales woman knew I had been there before. Why? Because I was wearing my ...
... br> -J.T. Glisson, The Creek
We started the day with a very nice breakfast of sausage and egg casserole and French toast. Our guest speaker, J.T. Glisson, arrived early and I had a chance to introduce myself to him as his biggest fan. He spoke from 9-12 with a short break in the middle, telling stories of his growing-up years ...