Asa Parker House
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... found out that you were Narrowboating, you were much less of a tourist and more a new acquaintance traveling in their area. The opportunity to interact with the local citizens was limitless. Since we missed our dog, we liked meeting the dogs the were out walking with their owners. Other boaters were at the locks and mooring sites. Eating out was never a hurried event and we could visit with waitstaff, other diners or pub staff. Would we do it again? ...
... twinges and tenderness.
As the drive continued, it seemed that the driver and I were really hitting it off, the chat broadened, we were talking about our personal lives, families, what we did for a living, and even established our sexuality, which wasn't too hard to tell that we were both from the same mothership.
"Its a shame I've only just met you" he said, "we coulda hung out". And I agreed, this guy was a cutie. What a story to tell the ...
Sarina: Today we woke up a bit later then we needed (6:45am) and I packed while Care showered. We left our bags with the concierge who called us a taxi while we ate a quick bite. When we were done pretending to eat we were informed that the taxi bus was here....but wait, where were Sarina's bags? It turned out that a different taxi had ended up with Sarina luggage so I had to wait upset while the concierge yelled in Dutch for the other taxi to wait for me at the airport ...
... go to sleep. We did have a pretty busy day! At church I did teach large group and the smaller groups as well! It was crazy like usual but I'm really glad i was able to be apart of kidodeo! not only did those kids get me excited to see the kids in Haiti, but it was also a great reminder of what i am capable of giving in Haiti! One of the moms was trying to explain to her child that teacher Lindsey wont be here next week because she is going to go make ...
What a gorgeous day! And what a long walk!
We started by walking through the convention center and Loring Park to the Walker Art Center. Since the museum didn't open for a while, we decided to walk through the sculpture garden and conversatory. Actually, the cherry and spoon was the main goal of this trip, so that turned out to be enough. We also enjoyed the Frank Gehry fish sculpture and the Richard Serra ... big metal plate. ...