Royal Inn Pearsall
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... do not give to people (although some of my friends
have told me that I am much more of a giver than I give myself credit for)
I am definitely not a taker..
I do not think that I am a giver - but maybe???
So what am I???
I am a keeper - I like to keep what is mine....
Anyway - the show must go on.......
I knew a couple in Ottawa who pulled out of a shopping centre (Shopper's City East) onto the street (Ogilvy St.) without looking and were hit by a truck ...
... or as long as you will have me.Working for you would be a great experience for me and I'm really enthousiastic about it!!I'm looking forward to your response.
With kind regards, Quinten Wiersma
It is so nice to hear from you. Leonie told us that you would be in touch. We would be very happy to welcome you to our ...
... and had been filled with gravel. The advertised concrete slabs turned out to be concrete ramps [two strips for your tires to sit on]. The strips were about 8-9 inches too narrow, so the right tires of my trailer were half off the strip. There were only three other campers there; staying in very old trailers. The place did not have a staffed office. You had to call and tell a voice that you had arrived, who would then tell you how much money to ...
... of the day mainly because wooden roller coasters tend to be rough...and this one was aptly named the Rattler as it was quite bone-jarring. After some very pricey burgers and cold fries, we returned to the coasters. Our next ride was the Superman Krypton coaster. Big, fast, lots of inversions. This is similar to Wildfire at Silver Dollar City, but a longer ride. It has a steep, fast first hill at 70 mph. ...
... The food, however, is quite good. We headed back downtown to the river walk after dinner. We decided to take a boat tour, which was a nice break from walking. I was surprised to learn that the river walk was built in the 1940s, but didn't really become a place to go until the late 1960s when it was extended for the World Fair. Considering the crowds there tonight, it seems to be faring quite ...