Walleye Inn Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
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... frequented: Potlucks, wedding/baby showers, craft brewery's Age 30 And then it hits, the big day. You either plan an extravagant party, or you change your facebook birthdate so no one knows the truth. Your personality dictates how you deal with this day. Some are happy to be turning 30, others dread it like the mayan prophecy. When you go out as a mature early-thirties gal, you should feel proud of yourself. You've survived your twenties! You are wiser, more mature, and ...
Last night was a much better rest for all involved, Penny rolling out of bed at 2:30am notwithstanding. We awoke not quite brighteyed and bushytailed but neither were we rageared and blearyeyed. Mom and Dad were naturally already up, groomed, breakfasted and ready for whatever the day had to bring. We did our dirty work and got on the road around 10:15. The knowledge that today's drive would be the shortest of the ...
... to allow us to catch up after several years.
While enjoying a beverage on the porch before dinner, a juvenile bald eagle entertained us by trying a landing on the roof not 10 feet from where we sat but took off immediately. We were able to see junior and Mom or Dad come and go from the nest all evening and Susan reports Junior has been back to visit other days since.
Susan and Doug already had plans for ...
... two shower heads and there were signs posted that there had been inappropriate behaviour noted in the showers and for people to report such doings to the park management...hmmmmm!!!! The border crossing this morning was interesting! First the hiway (10) down to the border (International Peace Garden)was a real bone jarring adventure. Pretty scenery but the road was under construction at various places and should have been at others. Anyway, we get to the crossing and the guard ...
... as he would put it. It's still so special with so many fond memories. These little suburban NYC girls are in for a treat this summer as they learn what it's like to live in the country, pick and can berries and vegetables, learn to drive on an old pickup on a bumpy, yet wide-open field...and little do they know we will be filling Dad's basement full of firewood, stacked neatly before we head back to New York. It's going to be a great ...