The Common Man Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... last eight years,
usually purchasing a share in seasonal house rental. The one he’s in now he
calls Sasquatch Lodge, identified from the ski trail by the Sasquatch sign
nailed to a tree. You always know there’s a party going on where you see a Sasquatch
TO someone who has mostly skied in the West, eastern ski
conditions usually leave much to be desired. The usual winter pattern in the
East is warming before precipitation followed by ...
... are here for you when you have symptoms that rear up. We’ll treat them again and again as needed and you’ll go on with your life.”
I am grateful I have not stopped "living” through this 9 month blip. When the cold winter wind hits me in the face I feel alive. And when the warm sun returns to shines on me, I'll feel alive then too. Treasure each day, right here, right now.
... 11th toward the end of my 12 hour chemo day. We were back at the hospital on the 12th for a Neulasta shot to boost my white counts. We drove home on Saturday morning, as avoiding traffic is key to avoiding a queasy post chemo stomach.
I am feeling the cumulative effects of the chemo and radiation. I have some physical discomfort, I tire easily and I need more rest. I haven't felt like cooking or doing very much and I'm being more careful than ...
... got out of there we headed to route 91 to move faster to the hotel destination. So, we had gone for miles without seeing anything until we turned off to Hanover. Pretty little town, full of people and shops. Looks like a college town. Too bad, because we spent an hour looking for a room without luck. Who would have thought we would not be able to find a room on a Tuesday night in September. After making about 6 phone calls we found a place 30 ...
... covered bridges in America. I don’t usually think of a wooden covered bridge as spanning a major river, let alone the biggest river in New England, although the river is still fairly narrow between this far north.
On my way east toward Concord I also stopped in Claremont, small former mill city with some architecturally interesting brick public ...