Since all the boats were passing around us, we stayed close to the wall. Eventually, everyone Kayaked for a total of two hours. My arms were sore once we finished because of all the paddling, but it was worth it. Soon, everyone went out to lunch at a divine Italian restaurant. As a result, our legs were rested and our bellies were abounding.
We got on four more rides before we got hungry, so we met up with my boyfriend’s parents, sister and her friend to figure out what we desired to go eat at. We decided to take nourishment at Harmony Hall marketplace. The food was satisfying, I think we all got the chicken strip basket but my boyfriend’s sister got a chef salad and mixed fruit instead. We all wanted to ride one more ride. So, me, my boyfriend Shawn, his sister and her friend wanted to ride the rip roarin rapids.
As we finally got back to Steak n’ Shake parking lot I told her that I was only getting out if she came and opened my door, she opened my door and when I got out her and I shared the kiss of a lifetime. I still get butterflies and this happy feeling in the pit of my stomach everytime I think of it. There was no doubt about it now she wanted me and I wanted
Maybelle was born as the sixth child out of a family of 10 children located in the mountains of western Virgina, which known as “Poor Valley”. Her musical talents are highly related her family background. She sings and learned to play banjo and autoharp when she is young. When she turns 13, she picks up guitar. On the other hand, she learns the local folk song which passes down generations from her mother.
Oscar Hammerstein II was an American librettist, theatrical producer. Many musicians choose his music as the standard repertoire. He worked with Roger to produce music, also he co-worked with a lot of composers and composed many songs which had a lot of fame. In Oklahoma, 1906. In a beautiful morning, Aunt Eller was sitting outside her yard stirring butter, the cowboy Curly came and wanted to invite Laurey, the niece of Eller, to the box social party tonight.
Then we went off and loaded our bags in the vans and we went off to Mexico. We drove for about 26 hours so about two days to get to Texas, where our dear friend Contardo lived. He is our very good friend and helps translate for us and is has been on mission trips for a very long time. Upon arrival he came out and greeted us and said “So how was the trip you guys alright?” “We then replied oh yea but just very tired” and he invited us in and treated us with some delicious fresh
Our camp was in the pasture, noticeable by the large blue tarp hanging over our whole campsite. Thankfully for us the camp was already set up by my step dad Mark the night before. Ready to start the weekend, Michael and I headed to a deeper part of the Upper Iowa River called the Corner. We followed a previously cleared path by cows, keeping an eye out for cow pies. When we reached the corner, I saw the river for the first time since Labor Day.
It is a beautiful Sunday morning and my mother and I sit outside on the balcony to enjoy the last summer days. The atmosphere is relaxed and I have prepared breakfast for us - two big cups of coffee with milk and a tray of fresh fruit. I have personally always considered being able to travel a lot one of the greatest privileges in life, and as the sun peeks through the clouds and the wind rustles through the trees it reminds me of all the different places I have yet to visit. My mother shares my passion for traveling and has traveled to several places. However, her most memorable traveling experience is when she was 20 years old and decided to work as an au pair in Toronto,Canada.
People all around were smiling and friendly. Communication was challenging, but I had a phrase book that helped. They very quickly offered me food and beverages and would not let me pay for anything. They invited me to diner and I even spent the night in one of the family’s home. It was an experience I will never forget.
I woke up from my nice fluffy bed. A sandwich in my hand and I was ready for school. I rode my bike down the busy road, that laid on the big hill that I always enjoyed riding down on, and smiled back to my many neighbors going at the speed of light, or at least that is how it felt. I parked my bike where I always do, Said, “good morning” as always to the janitor and went towards culinary as I had every Thursday. Me and my group made my favorite meal, or one of them, Lasagna.
Each summer the family would rent a van and drive over 800 miles to Savannah, Georgia to visit extended family. Making pit stops, Linda remembered her family stopping at local rest stations and small towns in between to have lunch or dinner. “I really enjoyed the road trips the most” (). Linda nuclear family was very tight knitted. Celebrating every holiday and birthday, Linda remembers having a cook out for every
It can be hard in Texas sometimes to get into the spirit of autumn in late September; as the rest of the country gets cold fronts and starts eating soup we are still rockin’ the high 80s and swimming on the weekends. Luckily, we can kind of have our pumpkin cake and eat it too by relishing the seasonable weather outdoors and appreciating all the marvelous things that fall has to offer! With the perfect Canton TX lodging, a late September visit to East Texas is bursting with family friendly activities around the whole area. What better way to get into the fall spirit than with a state fair? The East Texas State Fair begins September 25th.
Loretta Lynn soared across Country Music Charts for many years and has the awards to prove her success. Most people know of her blue-collar childhood and the biographical film, Coal Miner’s Daughter starring Sissy Spacek. However, there are some other interesting things you may not know about this country singer legend. Number Fifteen: She Has Her Own Chicken Recipe It’s her own special recipe and it’s called Loretta Lynn’s Crispy Fried Chicken. It 's mentioned in her own cookbook, Cookin ' It Country, where she shares 120 of her favorite recipes.
On April 15th of 2017 at 1 o’clock P.M., I decided to travel to the Lloyd Noble Center at 2900 S. Jenkins, in Norman, Oklahoma to attend the 103rd annual American Indian Student Association (AISA) Spring Powwow. The weather was great, was about 80˚, partly cloudy with a cool breeze. Walking around trying to find the lady I was supposed to be interviewing, I occasionally would catch the smell of food (popcorn, pretzels, and hot dogs, and Indian Taco’s), as well as, seeing several tables where one can buy hand crafted gifts. I attended this event, because I have always been very intrigued with the history of the Native American people; from the culture, regalia’s and their religion. I met with Shelby Mata the organizer of the event to get a better
Death and destruction prevailed for four years." (LeRoy H.Fischer Professor of History Emeritus at OSU). (Oklahoma). The tribes that were inhabiting the Indian Territory at the time of the war were: Plains Apache tribe, Arapaho tribe, Caddo tribe, Comanche tribe, Kiowa tribe, Osage tribe, and the Wichita tribe. Their views on slavery were very positive at the time.