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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... walked over and immediately got big tears in my eyes. It was a Cemetery for War Dogs.
Boy, if you've ever had a dog, you'll feel as we ...
... them. I feel stronger and dirtier every day, and have noticed that my calluses are building up again.
Wednesday was a hiccup to the normal work day because I was leaving in the evening to go pick up my friend John from the airport to go to the Electric Forest Music Festival in Rothbury. I cleaned a bit around the farm and read until around 2:00 in the afternoon, when Rachael, Will, and I went on a road trip to Zingerman's Farm in ...
... me too much. They did have some intimidating Tiger statues but it lacked that certain something that most of the other Parks have had. Perhaps it was because most of the ticket takers and concessions people seemed absolutely miserable or maybe it was due to the worry in the back of our heads that our car was going to come completely apart on the drive back afterwards.
In the end we were glad to see our A's and to know ...
... their backs made me as uncomfortable as I had been 45 years ago. It was pretty distracting to follow along as the Latin of this priest looked like nothing that was on our handouts. Communion was a trip down memory lane too. We knelt and got the host on the tongue. There was even a communion rail cloth. Remember that? Thank God for the ushers to help some of us get up from kneeling. We were so exhausted after that that we took very few ...
... of workers.
I will say that I’ve
never felt safer anywhere I’ve ever traveled.
I’m certain that if I left a camera outside on the steps of the hotel,
the camera would be there at the end of the day. Yet, there is no questioning of authority, or
challenges to business as usual. JCMU
issued my son a charge of $70 to fix a bicycle tire, and would not release his
grades until the charge was satisfied.