Inn at Turning Stone
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... my classmate, Lindsay, will be staying and working in a small rural hospital outside of the city of Mysore. For us, it will be considered our women's health rotation, although we aren't quite sure what we are getting into.
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I am so excited! Today is the day before we leave on our next summer adventure to the Viking ruins of Newfoundland. We are planning some fantastic rides on the Harley, whale watching boat trips, and seafood eating. I'll keep you posted as we ...
... in Syracuse. After visiting the zoo’s website we read about the baby elephant, Batu (meaning "like father," or loyal), born May 12. Who can resist seeing a baby elephant?
Adorable little Batu stayed under or next to mom, always on the shady side. He sported a fuzzy punk hairdo. At times he would imitate mom, who picked up dry grass in her trunk, shook it, and then if met the ...
... life, before he was 25 years old and living in St. Louis. After contacting local parishes for parish records and spending 3 hours on the internet (we had already done a lot of research, but with the move to digitize genealogical records new information is posted every day. Still, we didn’t find anything other than what we already knew.
We didn't have to leave our campsite at the Grand Island KOA until noon. I jogged around the campground, did a load of laundry and cleaned the RV.
We’ve noticed New York has some peculiar road signs and markings. Driving to Niagara, we saw a blue sign with a ? and an arrow. It took us a while to figure out it meant we could exit the highway for information. There was also a blue sign (the ...