For real? And that is most unique spa/bed and breakfast/motel I have ever seen.
Alex: Hard to tell, huh?
Why, that looks like the perfect spot for that there turkey showin' I was tellin yins bout. We'll be over to visit yins, turkeys and all :)
Kris: Na'tin like them there show turkeys.
Ah,wow. I mean, wow, some people just know how to live.
Susan: Livin' large, baby.
Debra: Thanks. We are in need of some time home together - away from work.
Is this a real place? If it is, what a fun and unique place to spend some time. Hi, I am a new follower. It's nice to meet you. If you get a chance after your trailer-park spa visit (I love the name), please stop by my blog. I'm hosting a give a way to celebrate reaching 500 followers (almost there). I have some great prizes including an iPad mini.
Melissa: Dang. Nearly 500. Cool beans.
D'ya know what? I'm not sure if your serious or not?
Rayola: I love that comment.
Wow! That looks like quite the place. Now I have to ask what everyone else is asking: is this for real?Have a great weekend!
Dana: Is it for real ... hmmm ...
That is one cool place, if it wasn't so green and alive looking I'd say it reminds me of Fallout3.
mshatch: Hahaha, Tim will love that comment. He plays those as well.
Trey: So very :-)
That's magnificent (in a post-apocalyptic kinda way)!
Tim: I wonder if the zombies can climb to the very top one? I'm thinking they can. But I'm hoping they won't.
really? sounds nice!!xo
Gloria: Nice to be home.
This is the closest thing we have to a Ritz down here in Alabama! Hope you find a stray Walmart cart to flip over and use as a grill. -- Jan
Jan: That's a great idea.
I take it there's a lot of "y'all" being said?