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... itself is a very small state. On the way home he told me that it's the size of New York City! It's only 37 miles across and 48 miles long and is the smallest state in the USA. So I spent most of my day in Connecticut, on a bus and walking around in -11 in hope of food and was delighted when arriving at Peter & Jan's (great uncle & aunt) I was cooked steak and eggs ozzie style. Nothing beats steak and ...
... you be back? You're not driving right? (At 6 AM) So, what are your plans for tonight? Did you have a good time?" The questions could go on for hours. Sometimes to feels like you're living in a state prison instead of a house. Once again you find yourself longing for something familiar, such as your college life of independence and freedom. But what happens when even that won't be familiar this time around...what I'm saying is what happens when you go abroad?
... really appreciate the thought, but please don't waste your money on something so risky.
Well, I think that covers everything concerning how to contact me. Sorry it's so long!
Maybe at some point I'll come up with a clever sign off for this blog, but in the mean time:
Battled our way out of Boston and down to Plymouth Rock. Supposedly where the Pilgrims first landed. Full of tourists.
Crossed the Sagamore Bridge and over to Cape Cod.
Had a sandwich in Sandwich then into Rhode Island, my 29th State.
Crossed the bridge into the Newport historic area, very nice place.
Spent the night in Middletown.
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... There were nutcrackers, snowmen, white bears, and of course Santa on the front lawn. I arrived as the winter sun was getting low and the yellow orange hue to the collection really made it a sight to behold. After leaving the center of Acushnet I took a drive out to the Long ...