Inn at Millrace Pond
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... Probably not. Same here.
5. You're breaking our hearts. I'm so depressed that you're leaving. Why are you doing this to us?
Yes, we had family considerations, and yes, we will miss everyone. We'll be missing family events, birthday parties, a 20th college reunion. I understand that 6 months seems like a long time to some people but this is not permanent. We have no illusions of not coming back to the US. We may not ...
... is used is rather interesting especially around where Nikki and Phil live in Bedminster with its magnificent trees, swathes of what we would call longish grass and well manicured front yards. Fences are not something you see much of here so there is a park like feel to the place. Probably from what we have read and understood, what we have seen so far is what one would expect New England to look like.
Once we had settled into N&P's lovely ...
... 9 kindergarten kids is very hectic. They are all not listening and you need to be imaginative in thinking of fun games to get their heads in the water. I much prefer teaching actual swimming strokes.
Friday was the first sunny day and the day I was starting to feel confident about teaching swim.
The lessons go so quick! Then we quickly pack up the pool area and get ready for free swim time before ...
... 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. ...
... and experienced it. The Sand Hills is a HUGE area of land (22,000 square miles) consisting of sand dunes. The dunes are held in place by grass that covers the area. Laying beneath the sandhills is part of the Ogallala Aquifer, the largest aquifer in the US, and one of the world's largest, which irrigates approx 30% of US crops.