Llangolan Inn & Cottages
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We teed off at 9 am with a couple from Houston vacationing in Camden. I liked the course – it was pretty and it was fun to photograph. There was a flock of brown seagulls that were lumberjack size – they own the course. There were sailboats. Beautiful flowers. My camera had fun, even if my rental clubs didn’t.
For those who don’t know, I have played a lot of golf in my days but have never ...
... and I’ve had a fantastic cough and associated runny nose for about a week though it’s coming good now. So being the good wife I am – I shared it with my husband – though now it’s progressed from 'just a cold’ which was all I had – to being serious case of ‘man flu’. Anyway Craig didn’t fancy dinner in the dining room so we just headed up to the Lido and enjoyed a couple of light dishes ...
... the day in Acadia National Park . Rockefeller donated 11,000 of the parks 47,000 acres. We made stops at: Sand Beach - Snuggled between mountains - water temperature 55 degrees Thunder Hole - Just before high tide the water explodes 40' high Otter Point - An inlet - didn't see any otters Wildwood Stables - Carriage rides are available Jordon Pond - Glacier feed pond Bubble Pond Blue Hill Bay Cadillac Mountain 1,530' - highest point on the East Coast Lot's of ...
... emotions. We are truly blessed to be able to make these trips, and much of that blessing stems from a lifetime of hard work and saving for our retirement. We have found that the hotel charges are way more up North, in season, than we paid on our cross country back in March and April. Also, the roads in New England leave more to be desired than we would have imagined possible for all of the Democrat states. It ...
After a good breakfast to again were driving to Bar Harbor – because we again wanted to buy a bottle of wine (the Big Claw) for Peterīs friend in Washington. For the first time we were able to walk in the sunshine through this touristic village – and had some icecream – lobster icecream, no it is not a joke – it was lobster icecream, but to be honest – one try is enough.