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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... thought possible. My bank account is not happy with me after these four months, but it was worth every single penny.
I traveled for 4 months on my own, through 5 countries. I took 11 flights and 5 night busses (which is 4 too many in my opinion) and a couple of trains. I was scammed, so I bargained harder to make up for the lost money. I learned words in Thai, ...
Today was mostly getting last minute things procured and packed. Also, we had to send our fur babies off to their respective lodging. Sally, the scaredy shepard, to Acorn Valley and Egore, the tubby beagle, to stay with my Mom then shortly afterwards to Acorn Valley to join his sister.
Rear Admiral Sue was on her way back from seeing the ...
... pulled over at the Chesapeake Rest Stop cause miss Molly has to pee! Gonna be a long trip if we keep taking turns peeing!! Imagine if grand mom Annie was here!! _________ We finally made it through Virginia and are an hour from my dad and aunt Helens. We did a car switch at dunkin donuts and all the girls are in one car and the boys are in the other. We will be resting overnight in Fayetteville and aunt Helen is making great food and will be heading to coco beach in the ...
... of humour so we get on really well! There's plenty of jobs to do, and you go from one to another all the time which is awesome because they can be completely opposite from one another, for example, today I cut down some sunflowers and bundled them into 4 or 5, I then split logs using this awesome machine (i'll have to get a photo of that to put up on my next blog), and then I was cutting down Buckweed with a scythe with Henry! It's pretty awesome here, they have ...
... drove. They had a pretty packed day for us in the schools, so it was nice to stay busy (and indoors) for the 90 degree day we had ahead of us.
The first school we went to was a church preschool, I believe. John was set up in their cafeteria and a lot of parents and children had shown up for the show. He did the wire walker gag (he ties a rope between two folding chairs, pretends that he's going to walk on it but ...