Inn at Stony Creek
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... went into planning this awesome trip. I can't thank you enough. :) What would a trip of ours be without a few delays, snafus, hairballs, mucho vino and bife 'jugoso'?!?
Once I've had a chance to upload & edit the pictures, I'll try to post a 'TripWow' montage. As a teaser, I'll add a few more now (check the various locations for apropos pics).
Yours in wanderlust,
... sure if the folks at HGTV would approve. still, i am very pleased ( and incredibly surprised) at how well it turned out (see attached pictures). all it took was some priming, painting, staining, installing of blinds and installing of curtains. easy peasy...NOT! the good news is that the people at Home Dopey have decided to name an aisle in their stores after me since i alone have helped them get out of the recession.
oh, and by the way, in my free ...
... to need all the help i can get with that nightmare. just call me Handy Manny from now on (although i must admit to being called that name before). it had nothing to do with home improvement. ;-)
on a different note, it appears that the next round of interviews for the job in st. louis is going to be scheduled at the end of this month, or the beginning of next month. as we all know, all Human Resource departments move at a glacial pace. im good ...
The minute i walked in the door at mom's house, i was handed a "honey-do list." Here are pictures of some of the tasks(on a VERY long list) which i was able to complete shortly thereafter. The master plan here is to do upgrades to the house in order to get it ready for sale. I finally got my sister to agree that it was time to resolve this situation, which has been difficult for everyone involved. Initially we were only suppose to be ...
... night if they wished or to their cabins if they wanted to sleep. The RA's were split into two shifts: 12.30am - 3.30 and 3.30 to 6.30. When we were off we were told to sleep in our cabins. I was on the second shift - sitting in the programme room with the participants sending them up to their cabins if they fell asleep. It turned up to be a fun three hours. The director of camp brought us coffee and cakes and made the shift a lot easier. At 5.30am there was ...