Wachusett Village Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... we play as: parent, spouse, boss, sibling, friend, child, co-worker, coach, neighbor but the our gifts are sometimes hidden beneath and during this time of rest is when we begin to peel back the layers to reveal our true essence. This is the stage I think most commonly referred to in human evolution as "mid-life crisis" the time when we stop and think is this really all there is to life? Work, obligation, routine, etc? Just like the caterpillar this ...
... birch is so prevalent and characteristic a tree with us and that the seedling birches spring up every year on so many neglected spots, but especially where the surface has been cleared or burned.”
The premier site along the trail is the Reflection Circle, a lovely place of contemplation. We read words from nine world giants, including Mahatma Gandhi and Ralph Waldo ...
... we paused and marveled at the warmth and light. After a few moments, we moved on, heading east.
Crossing Sandy Pond Road, we arrived at the southern end of Flint's Pond, Lincoln's main water source. We had a choice of taking the path along the water or the one near the road. The water route won the vote and we started out ...
... cheery, moving here then there and nosing at everything. When he sat with his pointed ears perked up, watching someone walking farther down the field, I thought he looked just like my cat.
We found a parking spot in Gropius House's tiny lot and met up with the tour guide. She was very knowledgable and I thought very young, and managed to field most of the detailed and complicated (and often, I thought, extraneous) questions ...
... seeds that need to be watered daily. And, the house just feels better when people are there. Thanks, Avi!!
P.S. We have scratched the Grand Canyon and written to the Arizona Governor and Speaker to tell them. Countries need immigration laws, but not ones that ignore human rights. So, thanks. This gives us more time for Yellowstone, a biggie on the list of "must ...