Econo Lodge Pottery
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... campground and got ourselves checked. We both were given prescriptions for antibiotics and various cold remedies. We left there and went to CVS to get the prescriptions filled then stopped for lunch at a pancake house (I counted six pancake houses in the span of a mile). We picked the closest one and had breakfast for lunch.
As we were heading home, Barbara saw a store called "Christmas Mouse", and we pulled in. It’s ...
... Now I’m gettin’ outa here!
I’m diggin’ a tunnel through the floor of the shower stall, down to the frame, over behind the propane tank, and out past the tail pipe. I know it’s dangerous under there, but I gotta do it. I gotta get outa here. What’s life without freedom? What’s freedom without takin’ risks? As soon as I’m done, ...
... made it through about ten minutes of each of those. Another was a Chuck Norris movie (need I say more?), and the last one starred Dolph Lundgren and was directed by John Woo (I thought he was better than that).
Two others we haven’t seen, yet, but have promise. One is a Bruce Willis film, and the other is an animated comedy by the makers of Shrek (not too sure about how crude this one will be).
The last one was called, "A Haunted House” and starred ...
... just a couple of minutes walk away. We arrive and order drinks, a local beer for me and a coke for Julie. Well, my beer turned up looking like it had been poured by Alan Carr. As you can see from the picture, cloudy and with an Orange slice in the top? What the hell? After dinner we go back to the hotel next door, our hotel does not have a bardo we have to use the Holiday Inn's one. A couple of drinks in there and then by 11pm we head to ...
... like Ben Franklin’s autobiography, feather quills and powdered ink, and handmade pottery. Kids were running around with flags screaming "America! America!" and other kids were chasing each other with their toy muzzleloaders pretending to be at war. Because we are in an old town, most of the trees in the area are hundreds of years old and enormous. Giant sycamore trees shaded the properties and streets. Kids were climbing everywhere! Apparently, you ...