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... another one up the road that was closed. We came across a nice surprise when we turned on Route 23 where the last antique stores were....Historic Poole Forge which is a 1700 Iron Master Mansion which is undergoing reconstruction and other structures. It also has the 1856 covered bridge that cars can drive thru. The grounds are shady and have picnic tables all around. We finally made it to the last two antique stores and they were OPEN in fact we had ...
I did not recall the huge area of wildflower meadows on one
side of Longwood Gardens, so may have missed them 15 years ago. Being September
they were now full of floweriferous Goldenrod, something to which I am
apparently very allergic. My sneezes were of such violence they could probably
be heard half the meadow away.
Why do complete strangers still feel the need to say “Bless
you!” when you sneeze? I’ve even ...
... delicious. [Added later: When we had the shoo-fly pie in Cape May, it was very good -- not too sweet and a nice combination of pie texture (kind of like pecan pie filling without the pecans, but molasses flavored) below with a layer of spice cake texture and flavor above and covered with a thick finely-textured crumb topping. Mmmm. Mmmm.] After a few more photo stops, we proceeded on towards Kennett ...
... tires and meet Nicole’s childhood friend Jeanette for brunch. At CostCo we found out that most stores do not stock the tires that the mini needs and would have to order them. So we decided to just go meet Jeanette and figure out the tires after that. Jeanette was full of gossip that your humble narrator shant repeat (and mostly didn’t understand).
After that Nicole called NTB (National Tire and Battery) in Wilmington and was told the same thing ...