blue, The Inn on the Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... mug full of hot tea. I did the Rocky dance, had a sip of my tea and we were happily on the road again. Good choice Chris - 1 brownie point for that. Now don't lose it!!!
Stopped in a little town called Exeter where Chris stood on the podium outside the Independence Hall, and before the towns people, delivering a passionate speech. The crowd pleaded for him to ...
... more aware and alive because it is not familiar.I am not so different. China offers me the glorious opportunity of NOT getting stuck in a pattern. Well...that was LAST year...now I am going to have to try NOT do the same exact things as I did before. This is no easy task as I immediately wonder which room will be mine and look forward to my first run around the lake. Even though there is much comfort in familiarity, it is only through change that we really begin ...
... people would not do-but I would do it again in a minute. So much to do and see in Boston – you never lack things to do around here. We will be picked up at 11 so I need to finish getting ready. We were down stairs early so we could talk with Karen before leaving. Also met another couple that we had been friendly with and talked to them. Pat, our driver was waiting for us and soon we were on the way home. He managed to talk and get lost, but I saw some ...
... 8217;s was crowded.
December 1, 2013 Sunday-A bit warmer but ugly looking out! So we stayed home and drank hot chocolate! Red sent me pictures of my house with the 2 huge cacti gone and he had a fit about it! Here is his comment:
NOW, YOU TELL ME WHICH IS THE BEST LOOKING PICTURE OF YOUR HOUSE !!!
WHAT THE HELL WERE YOU THINKING ???
THEY COULD NOT GET THE STUMPS OUT, WE WILL HAVE TO KILL THEM WITH BLEACH OR SOMETHING TO GET RID ...
... to take care of him. She cannot do it and he is not happy. He has Parkinson’s. It is about 30 miles to Plymouth and we arrived right at 2pm, as we predicted. Dick is not looking too good but was sitting up-he is barely able to talk, and Mary looks worn out. She is 83 years old! Their son Michael arrived and we all talked and then we left. His son, Phillip Michael, is walking the 2600 mile Appalachian Trail. He started at the Maine end and is now in ...