Apple Tree Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... but it is also part of the fun.
To our family and friends who have been following our travels this year, I thank you for your interest and hope that we did not bore you too much with our stories and pictures. Until next year….
God Bless and Happy Trails.
P.S Below are some videos that I shot during the trip. I had to wait till I got home to upload them. Enjoy!
... dog at a time. He had a great time hanging out during the meet and greet so now we're happy that he can enjoy his staycations with new friends. We've set aside funds for all our fur kids to be cared for and feel good about leaving them in capable, loving care. The one good thing about the end of our trip will be the time we get to reunite as a family again!
Last minute details: After we were through with our shots, eye check-ups, dental ...
... nice, but with a lack of heat and working outside 10 hours a day it really sucked. I hit rock bottom, mentally, on Friday since there was the possibility of going home. For now we will keep on keeping on. It is a challenge everyday.
The turkeys have finished their hardcore matingness. We are expecting some babies in about a month.
I will post some pics of our work and such.
Lots of love,