Tuscany House at the Renault Winery Resort
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... in a live online course presented by Lisa Congdon J Because I subscribe to her blog I was able to reserve a spot as an “online” participant whilst people who could travel or who lived nearby on the West coast could attend it in person. It was streamed live via the CreativeLive website and you could chat to other people and submit questions. She spoke a lot about how she sets goals and organises her days. It was great; I just wish I could have been there!
... ton of cheeses which was great. We also went to the Maple Works place for maple syrup tasting and to buy some jugs. We saw a few covered bridges this day (Gold Brook, Fisher and Foster). We came back through the town of Stowe but didn't really do anything there. After a much needed shower we went to Hen of the Woods for a fantastic dinner. What a beautiful place. One of the top restaurants on the trip and just a nice place. NOTE: Waterfall ...
... left/jug handle our way to the bank, only to pass it by and have to jug handle two more times in order to get back to it. Whew!
Mr. North said he’d be awhile and that we were welcome to take our time finishing up our shopping. We did so and before heading back over to pick him up, we stopped at Burger King for food and free wifi.
Last year, when we played this town, there was a flooding of ark-proportions from a deluge of ...
... the route is concrete, the amount of days spent in certain locations is not. Tonight, Thursday, September 5th, Jessie and I will leave our most recent HQ, my parents house and head to Wildwood, New Jersey. One last item is needed before we head west, Jessie's beach cruiser. One more well spent night down the shore, only to turn our backs to the east coast indefinitely. One last goodbye to the 'Sandy' battered shores of the defining Atlantic coast.
... afternoon happen and I hope she reads this and knows how much we appreciated her!
She had it arranged that several grades at a time would meet up in the school's common room for J.P.'s program. We had to cut the program down to 15-20 minutes in order to fit everyone in, but that ended up being good anyway because he ended up doing the program five times in a row, with very little break ...