Motel 6 Red Oak
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... glance and thought she was edging towards the door, but no. She was just scratching her foot. "Tell you what," the manager said, glibly. "I'll put y'all in next to the man who's always spray painting his black pick-up." "Ye ha!" said I thru clenched teeth, thinking ADHD to the left of me, compulsive obsessive to the right, here I am, stuck in the middle with you.... In blistering afternoon heat I reversed into the designated spot with ...
... order for whatever reason (seems like there always is...) and as I was shuffled to the back of the line along with about 45 other people, it dawned on me that I would likely have to gate-check my carry-on. This, also, seems to happen quite regularly with American airline flights. I've had it happen on a Delta flight, a United flight, and now a US Airways flight. Makes me wonder if the United States needs to go back to school and learn how to run their ...
... puffs the termite dust throughout the galleries, covering as many termites as is achievable. He then moves on, puffing dust into as many sites of activity as is achievable. The tiny holes are swiftly covered afterwards to minimize disturbance. Coated termites return to the colony and are groomed and fed, thus passing the toxin around. With adequate numbers nest removal can happen within 14 days although sometimes reapplications are necessary. PRO - Neat and ...
... sealed afterwards to reduce disruption. Covered termites go back to the colony and are groomed and fed, passing the poison around. With adequate numbers colony elimination can happen within fourteen days though every so often reapplications are essential. PRO - Neat and tidy, small amount of damage added to exactly what the termites have already done. CON - Large numbers of termites required to guarantee colony eradication. ...
... as walking off the ship. We had to line up, walk through the passenger terminal and go through customs. On our way off the boat, through the passenger terminal a fire alarm sounded and a woman came running yelling 'lock down the building the fire alarm is sounding'. I did not want to be stuck in a holding building with all of our luggage, a sick Adalia, and a whining Samuel for any longer than needed. Tom said "run" and we started running for ...