Blueberry Pointe on the Lake
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This is the start of my journey. Home with the people I love in Rhode Island. First I will be going to India, then spending the next four months traveling in Sri Lanka, Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, then settling for six months to teach English overseas, finally returning to resume ...
... Tamsin. For those who haven't been to Brown campus is
a lovely campus consisting of turn of the century townhouses as well
as grand libraries and halls.
As usual Pickles received a reception
fit for a superstar and decided to be Brown new mascot.
It was an emotional moment for us to be
altogether on the campus with Tamsin and to share with her all her
special places and get to visualise her life on the campus.
... started with our customary C******nay. This was followed by some non-descript onion rings.
Rich had the blue cheese hamburger, fries while I had the swordfish tacos with plantains. Both dishes were good. Service not so good. We are spoiled being on a ship for many months and the excellent service that we receive while onboard.
We needed to ...
... where we had eaten before.
We visited the Old North Church of "one if by land, two if by sea" fame. There we had a talk by a knowledgeable guide. As we continued along the Freedom Trail, the sun came out. Mary, our tour director had related to us how her mother always told her to look for the "silver lining" and we figured the brightening of the day was one of those. At Copps Burying Ground, there ...
... about to lose sight of the oil barrel behind you, the next one popped up over the horizon. And so, he and his friends conquered the great Sahara, one oil barrel at a time.
It is, of course, a lesson when you’ve got something challenging, even something that may scare the **** out of you, just break it down in steps, and sure enough, one oil barrel at a time you’ll make it to your destination.