Berkeley Springs Cottage Rentals
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... access to water to our water pump and was puzzled about our lack of water. Our Smart Car loosened from its' tie downs and tried to escape from the trailer. Luckily no major damage. We check it at every stop but we traveled several really rough roads today. That's all the news, except Tom left Peggy in the Walmart with no money to pay for her ice cream. When called he returned to buy his "Honey Bunch" her treat! BAD TOM, GOOD TOM
... We arrived in Winchester and I stayed at my grandma's house, which I always love visiting. The next day I was off to see my little brother, Timothy, sister, Emma, and stepmom, Diane!
Oh, right - the original purpose for this trip was an August Birthday's Party at my Aunt Becky's (which was a big success!). I high-jacked my stepmom's minivan, kidnapped Tim and Emma and drove to Aunt Becky's farm in style. 6 year ...
Had a great day today with Aunt Kathie and her family, they joined us at jellystone for swimming, jumping on the jumpy pillow and chatting. It was great to get to know you guys! And don't forget, make sure you "dip and pull" when putting on a swimsuit!!! Ended the day with some amazing smoked pork Shawn started at 11pm the night before. So glad we got the recipe, we will definitely be trying to duplicate ...
... trip as we knew the river was around there but it is mostly trailers.
Before we left I was putting my stuff in the Mini when I noticed something all over the car. The trees dropped something all over so we headed south and gave the Mini it's first bath.
We aren't going far just about 120 miles which is sometimes my maximum time limit.
... us were wandering around looking at the sculptures and being impressed by the memorials.
Our final destination in D.C. was the D.C. Central Kitchen. The kitchen serves meals to up to 5,000 people a day in the summer, and the amount can double during the winter months. The kitchen sits beneath a 3,000 bed homeless shelter. The first person we met was Chef Mike who was in charge of the kitchen. He first told us about himself ...