Compass Rose Inn
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Good morning!! Thank you to Dominique and Richard for picking us up at home and getting us to the airport with plenty of time to spare! It was a nerve-racking morning with my first flight looming ahead of me. Katrine was supportive, as always, giving me ample warning that she would leave me if I freaked out on the plane. Luckily, all went well and it was a great experience. I was nervous taking-off and landing, but the rest was actually quite fun. I wish I had ...
... at ease and chatted with me while she helping seed for a new roof. The sedum they use is fantastic for green roofs, as it doesn't require much maintenance (see pictures). Ann then took me inside to REcover headquarters where I met Mark Winterer and Brendan Shea who founded the organization in 2009. We chatted about the challenges of starting green roofs on public ...
... shuttle arrived and our driver Jimmy was a friendly happy guy with a stellar attitude and full of pride in his job, hotel and city. We arrived at the airport and got our boarding passes and lined up to check in our bags. The lady we got let us check in our 1st bag 2 lbs over and was going to charge us for the 2nd as it was 6 lbs over. She said if we could get it down to 2lbs over she would let it slide. So unpack ...
... to listen for the sound of the horn and the rattle or catch site of it through the trees. I was still sleepy as my host and I got into the vehicle. The vehicle was full, but Mary directed me to the front seat. I opened the door and there was a small girl asleep on the seat. I picked her up and quickly plopped her in my lap and shut the door. Her mother and infant sister were the other front seat occupants. The girl was so sleepy that she didn't say anything ...