Peppermill Empress Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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It probably goes without saying that such was NOT the original condition of shown shoe! I have all of my outfits strategically planned so as to minimize the bulk but maximize on variety. THESE SHOES WERE INTEGRAL! Like, EIGHT outfits relied on THIS. PAIR. of. SHOES. Oh my God, I wanted to kill Obi. It took everything in me to be an adult about it. Seriously. If ever there was a time in my life when I wanted to fall to ...
... in your children's lives you see so much of their personalities mold and especially the changes that happened with Blaine. He is able to communicate very effectively with us now. Remarkably much more than when the week began. What's cool is that he understands absolutely everything and can answer what he needs. This time with them, we wouldn't trade for the world and it's memories like this we will remember for the rest of our ...
... was overdue for replacement. The trail was wooded, mossy and much different then any other trail we have done thus far. It felt as if we were surrounded by a rain forest. The moss covered trees were pretty cool to see. We were also able to see a couple of doe and a buck as we emerged from the forest, for a very brief moment, into a meadow. No more than 100 feet later, ...
... some pizza flavored Combos! I just don't want to fall asleep on my half hour drive home, and I am still responsible for patient care during these last few hours. I would like to thank all of my friends who have been reading my blogs. It has been kind of fun. So, I will keep doing it if you keep reading them. Christy and I will start our journey back to Mississippi on Tuesday morning via the Oregon Coast, California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, and ...
... When I got to Enterprise they didn't have one. So my choices were a Challenger (thought about it, no V-8), a silverado, and a Tahoe. I took the Tahoe. The Tahoe had 62 miles on it. No one had ever driven it before, it had just gotten their from Seattle. Nice SUV, the stability control works rather well in the wet conditions here in Washington. The Bose sound system was bangin, and the top and bottom adjustable ass warmers came in ...