Inn at Millrace Pond
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... back in the same town, or the same state, but we'll be coming back. It would be nice to hear "That's great. You made a goal 3 years ago and you are accomplishing it. You worked hard. Nice job." Some do say it, and we appreciate it.
6. What will you DO? Just sit around?
I suspect some days will be less active than others. But think of it this way - if you had 6 free months to travel even in your home country, would ...
... minimal fencing, deer still roam at will and are often seen as roadkill on major freeways and suburban roads. Jill quickly spotted groups of them while Rick had to settle for a couple of wooden statues and is yet to be convinced that they exist.
After adjusting to the six-hour time change it was off for a drive to visit places of interest in the area. Our first port of call was Doylestown, Pennsylvania. This quaint little village ...
... all we need is a ball out of the infield and we can avoid extra innings." Number 1 hitter, however, has grounded out three straight times to the infield, and, consistent to the last, grounds one to the shortstop who throws home for the force-out, eliminating speedy pinch-runner. One down. Number 2 hitter also hasn't gotten the ball out of the infield this game. "Although," I say to Tim, "...he is the guy who ...
... at Home Depot, Target and other supermarkets to find firewood but to no avail. But to celebrate Halloween, I picked up a lot of candy. So when we got back to Bridgewater, it was dark but we had candy and potatoes. We had nothing to do at home due to the power outage so we played charades by candlelight. Around 10, I was getting bored so I had some more candy and slept, with the satisfaction that I had saved Halloween. ...
After we woke up, we had breakfast and the traditional cinnamon rolls. Then me and my uncle went to the rental car office to pick up a van to go to New Jersey. First, we went to East Brunswick to visit some relatives. Then we went to Bordentown to visit ...