Falmouth Heights Motor Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Many of our friends do not have Facebook, so I am sorry for the duplicate story for those of you that have Facebook and follow our blog. BUT, yes, our little Molly has passed on. She was 15 years old and still looked like a toy.
Our hearts are torn, and we are going through a very sad time in our lives. It is hard to believe that a little 4-legged animal could put such a hole in your life. Molly had been getting weaker and unsteady on her paws for ...
... reliable (although - to at least some extent - weather-dependent as well) even though the journey takes longer...
It depends where you are coming from, but for us it was a bus from Boston Logan airport to Hyannis (Plymouth-Brockton buses deliver you there in 2 hours), then a 1-hour-long ferry ride to Nantucket (or ...
... seas were variable through our 4hour 20 minute trip. They ranged anywhere from winds of 5 - 22kts. Seas were from 3-4 ft to calm, typical for these waters and considering a cold front had just passed. Once here, I headed to shore to purchase much needed ice, and some fresh sword fish for this evening's dinner. After a relaxing afternoon, ...
... of business, I continue to add upgrades to the camper and truck. It keeps me busy and my mind off the back pain and discomfort. I am psyching myself up to start exercising again. I have a plan, but I also have a fear of injuring myself again and starting all over. When the time is right, I will get back in to the routing. It would be a waste of time now since I am eating everything in sight!!
Talk to you soon. Blessings and hugs to you all!!!
... a habit of falling of the ear of the sunglasses. Being the good girlfriend Hayley is, she fixed his sunglasses and thought she'd go one step further and put them back on his face. Leaning across him, carefully and slowly putting them back on, she made sure it sat properly on his farthest ear. Hayley, oblivious, was blocking Owen's vision of the road. In slo-mo, he yelled "I. Can't. See." and shoved her back into her seat. Most ...