Rittenhouse Motor Lodge
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... but an inverted “V”. Most uncomfortable, wouldn’t you think? To make matters worse, they tied weighted bags to the offender’s ankles to pull them down! All I could think of was “Ouch!” The other punishment was very interesting and more severe. Our soldier produced a rectangular leather bag and from it drew out a long handle with leather strips attached that had knots tied in the ends. He told us it was called a “Cat ...
8/23/15 - Sunday night
We arrived home around 10PM, only to discover that our refrigerator was at 60 degrees and all the frozen and other foods were spoiled! Dex threw out the smelly stuff and we hit the sack dreaming of the songs and dances we'd left behind in Branson.
8/24/15 - Monday
Up and out at 8AM to pick up our pups at the kennel. It was a joyous reunion and we were all happy to be together again.
We met the original ...
... to Branson to celebrate our aunt's 90th birthday.
8/18/15 - Tuesday
Ran errands, checked out the pup's boarding kennel and did laundry to prepare for our trip.
8/19/15 - Wednesday
Mike & Rhonda Payne, the original owners of our RV, invited us to their home for dinner. It was so fun catching up with each other. We got to visit in Sarasota ...
... troops were defeated in Charleston, S.C., by none other than Lord Cornwallis, who at that time denied the Americans the "honors of war."
When it came time for the British to surrender their arms, Cornwallis was nowhere to be found. He had sent his second-in-command instead, claiming that he was ill. Hmmm, really? Many felt that he was trying to avoid the humiliation of surrendering, which sounds likely to me, especially considering ...
... take a picture. Nautica arrive at the Willoughby Marina around 3pm that day & we were glad to be there because the winds were starting to pick up, showing white caps on the water. By that time Beau was itching to get off the boat & go anywhere. We went to the Thirsty Camel for the bloody mary breakfast, even though it was dinnertime. That is my favorite breakfast deal of all time. Then we headed to the Willougby Inn for a few beers ...