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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So... I never thought I could spend a year getting ready for something only to realize how much I have to do yet the night before I leave... We're almost on the way. It's been almost a year since we started Eli's adoption. So many of you have poured your ...
have you ever heard someone return from a trip and say "wow! this year I packed even more stuff then ever before, I'm proud of how heavy my cumbersome suitcase was!" of course, packing light is the preferred method for travelers. it's a challenge, but I think it's doable. for my semester abroad in Europe, I'm only bringing one carry on suitcase and ...
We, Gail and I, started our journey to the deep south and to where ever the road takes us. We motored south to Elkhorn WI to have some minor stuff fixed on "Charlie" our motorhome. The repairs took about an hour and off we went.
While driving down Hwy 39 we came upon a bad accident, and came to a complete stop on the freeway near Rockford IL. A semi driver and a car were involved and some folks died. They turned us around and we ...
... was making a pinging noise. So,
off I go to get it fixed. And the problem was that Cindy must have drove over a walnut and sprung it up into a box covering the right front brake cylinder! And this walnut was bouncing around in this metal box cover! making the noise.
So, we are anxious to leave for Rome and pray for peace.
Stan and Cindy
The quality of life I've led this summer has been unparalleled in my short twenty-seven years. I learned new games (Bananagrams,) spent more time with my extended family than I had over the last several years combined, and I read constantly. My days were so unstructured, I managed to forget every appointment I made. (All apologies Dr. Rose!) The saying, "If you want something done, give it to a busy person" I lived to its fullness this ...