Log Cabin Lodge and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... again and hit it 240, no prize but a little redemption to my ego. Last stop, the practice green and driving range. See Brittany Lincicome smile for a photo only to find out it is a relative of Julieta Grenada trying to get a pic of Julieta and Brittany just photo bombed it. Overall I saw Michelle Wei, Brittany Lincicome, Brittany Lang, Belen Mozo, Christina Kim, Mo Martin, Brook Pancake,Sandra Gal, a bunch of the ...
3 hour drive today so we did a leisurely pack up this morning. Rick is glad to get out from under whatever cherry tree we had, the rig and the truck definitely need a car wash! Air is heavy today, seems almost foggy. Once in the truck Lexi said that she really misses home. Everything about it. And she keeps singing "I have a little donkey, his name ...
... and we drove through rain almost the entire day! Even so, there were many things to be seen as we traveled.
We passed a golf course made up of more water hazards than I ever remember seeing at a golf course! ... oh ... Mom says that wasn't normal or planned ... that was the rain. I guess that makes sense since there also were no golfers on the course and it was Saturday.
We stopped for lunch at a travel plaza and ate at the Panera ...
... National Road, now route 40. The Mount Washington Tavern was a stagecoach stop for early settlers. Today it is a museum dealing with life along the Road.
Since we got there late in the afternoon, we did not get a chance to tour the museum, but we did get to see the fort and see a video about it's history. There was also a playground for kids and old ***** acting like kids.
Day of relaxation today. Breakfast was in the lodge dining room from 8-10am; eggs, bacon, and sausage, waffles, fruit and yoghurt and pastries. The morning activity for those that were interested was a golf tournament. Vicki, Deb and myself (the Anzacs) watched the first group start from the first tee then went for a walk around the houses. Barb, one of the locals not playing golf, showed us around the original cottages and also some large new houses that have been built ...