Combes Family Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The trip to New York City began at 6:30am on Monday, 1/26/2015. Unexpectedly, we had to leave an entire day early to beat the storm Juno, coming up the East Coast. Mom and I left the house and went to Rutland, where we got coffee, rations and a ...
... a lucky number. I am DONE!
Medical professionals agree that the treatment protocol I had, chemo>radiation>more chemo, was a tough one. My white counts and red blood cells and platelets have been chronically low>affecting my energy. And it’s mid-winter in New Hampshire. The temperature hovers below freezing. Often it’s below 0 F. The days are short and we count the ...
... with a focus on recharging my immune system & rebuilding my physical strength.
I appreciate the light that shines in each of you for helping me through this challenging time. Thank you Phyllis for expertly guiding me to find “a light within” when there is darkness in our lives.
As winter begins,"become the light." May you find light in your holidays, live light, and be a light for those around you.
... yoga, I can do this! Reminiscing on my past trips, and the ones to come will keep me smiling. I've chosen "a few" of my favorite photos from my trips for "this travelogue." Enjoy them.
Wishing you lovely holidays with family and friends! Nancie:)
P.S. Click any photo to scroll through all of the photos in larger images. And please respect my "copyrights." If you would like to share or use one, please ask first and give a photo credit.
... I might add - our pink policeman was replaced by another wearing pyjama pants!
Pictures paint a thousand words, so I'll let them tell you the sights of Montreal. In brief, we found that the City consists of a number of 'village' or 'quarter' areas. We walked through 'The Village' a colourful area featuring many rainbow flags, to the Old Montreal with its historical buildings, art galleries, cobbled streets and very own 'Notre Dame'. This area dates ...