Super 8 Gardner
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... the many walking tours of the sets and other attractions of Harry Potter. I will definitely be taking a few weekend trips to indulge in my guilty pleasure. All in all, I am extremely grateful and excited for the next 6 months. I feel so lucky to have this opportunity and don't intend to waste it. Even though I may have my worries, my excitement and eagerness overrides that and I feel ready for what England has in ...
We decided to divide our drive to Nashville in to two days figuring we would only be on the road about six hours each day. Unfortunately every thing did not go as planned. After driving for about two hours we noticed the electric brakes to the Scamp were no longer connected to the Forester. We pulled off the highway to reconnect them only to find that the plug must ...
Ok, at this point, if you're still reading my posts, thank you - I know I got horrible at the end of our trip on updating here regularly (I was just too worn out, after a lot of our action-packed days! plus, hated taking time away from people that we were visiting...), and then as soon as we got home, everything to be unpacked and put away after a 43-day trip (not to mention also LAUNDERED) weighed on me, and the girls were also super-antsy ...
After we got Amber diagnosed with strep throa t :( (it made for a rough Halloween...), a highlight for me was visiting the Louisville, KS cider mill with Monica (Talia got to join Colton in his class for his Halloween party at school, and Amber stayed at home with Tony). This was my second visit there (Sara took me to this "gem" a few years back, and I've been craving their cider doughnuts!), and again, ...
... as one of the first outdoor mall kind of shopping
experiences in the country. It’s mostly in a Spanish/Moorish style with lots of
tiled building, elaborate fountains, and a tower named the Giralda modeled on
the one of the same name in Seville, Spain. The stores were, of course, not
open on Sunday morning (not that I’d have any reason to go into them), but I
satisfied myself sitting outdoors with coffee.
Kansas City is a ...