Country Acres Motel
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... lost between the furniture and she was not familiar with the lay out, nor could she remember how to get back out of a corner. We believe that she was happy right up to the last moment. We are sad to see her go, but relieved that she is no longer in pain and discomfort. She can now see and hear and can play in the fields of doggie-heaven.
Rest in peace our little friend. May we see eachother again and may your eternal rest be peaceful and happy.
... You have two beans which look identical, one nice and one
not. eg. Liquorice vs. skunk spray, mouldy cheese vs. caramel corn,
canned dog food vs. chocolate pudding. You don't know until you bite
in whether you get the good or the bad. Fun in a weird, disgusting
way. I managed to get barf twice instead of peach and I have no idea
how anyone could keep it down. Add to that booger, baby wipes, stinky
socks and it was an interesting evening entertainment.
... to bring down and no hook ups to connect, should we be dry-docking. Everything works like new, especially the generator and the air conditioner that we needed almost as soon as we crossed over the border. The humidity hit us like a brick wall. This is not something that we get much of in Jocotepec, Mexico. The temperature may be 85, but humidity is usually low. In fact, it is not often that we our air conditioner at all. The calm breeze that blows through ...
We spent the morning walking around Natick again. The town is small and adorable and probably the definition of what people think of when they picture the "American Dream" at the center of town there was a farmers market so we went and got some fresh corn, tomatoes, cucumbers, and red peppers. We walked over to the library which was having an art exhibit and got some work done using their wifi before we decided it was finally time to leave ...
... and I mean Greyhound size buses, of Canadian tourists have arrived. One showed up slightly before our arrival and the next during our appetizers. The main room (not overlooking the water) is packed to the gills and I am watching platters and platters of lobster being shuffled from the kitchen to the diners for most of the time we are there.
Speaking of lobster... Prior to our ...