Oak Street Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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We had a very lazy day today. Reading, listening to music, eating, enjoying the view - we eventually took a trip into town to get some supplies. I can't believe it, but I really fancied fudge, so bought a slice in Calumet. I actually did not want a ...
... at the thought of this lady's solo venture across the Atlantic to meet her fiancé. If Miss Laura Annie Pengelly did not make that crossing and give birth to my grandma, none of my Barber family would exist. That blows my mind. It was hard to walk away, not being able to leave flowers or to have a picture of a grave stone for my family at home. Maybe one day I can sort out a little headstone or something? I even found a perfect spot for it. It is comforting knowing that ...
... bun when I was 4 years old at a festival in Porthleven. I think it was something to do with the royal family as I had a mug with Queen Elizabeth on it. I don't remember the event, but I remember sitting on the grass, eating the whole thing! I always loved saffron cake. Here they call it bread. We bought two pasties and a saffron cake. Of course, then I had to buy butter as I love it toasted with butter. Dad will understand. We drove around Laurium and ...
... being so close to the blue jay. What tastes better than an apricot muffin, freshly baked by monks? One straight out of the oven!!! We went back to the monastery and the older monk recognized us and has quite the sense of humor. I like him! Even the younger monk piped-up and was chatting with us today. We bought two apricot muffins each. No doubt, we'll be back tomorrow. Jonathan was going to take me food shopping, but thought we'd stop to find copper from ...
... a man was waving at us. I ignored him as he must have been waving at someone else, or was slightly mental. Jonathan walked over (I'm thinking, "What are you doing?") and it was the man from Lakeview Cemetery. He tried following us after we left the cemetery as he realized that he made a mistake. On a trip to the bank, he drove past us and found us :-) He said that Laura Allen was in section 17, lot 68. Oh my goodness. She's there and not in that creepy abandoned graveyard. ...