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... Glen & Barbara a couple days before) and we were so happy they came to such a great show with an amazing crowd. After the show, we drove out to a pancake diner where we gorged on way too much food and laughed a lot.
The shows were remarkable and fun and the weather couldn't have been any better if we had tried. All in all, it was a lovely day and one of those moments that make you believe you could do this forever.
... next to reinstall some sense of reality and grounding; the rooms were lovely but some of the bedrooms were very plain and simple, in a basic style. The interior designer commissioned for the bedrooms was another to the designer for the grand hall and main floor and they were worlds apart! The designer for the bedrooms believed in a more simple style. I imagine that this was the birth of overpricing! Something simple and basic but under a certain name you can charge ...
... go. I checked my phone a few minutes later and assumed the stop might be in Central Portsmouth. I waited a bit longer and thought maybe the stop is just outside of Portsmouth? I saw signs for addresses outside of Portsmouth and saw that we had left the area. When the bus did stop I went up to the driver to ask whether this was the actual stop. This is when I was informed that in Rhode Island you have to request a stop. Bit of a problem of you've never been there before or have an ...
After a very fast 2.5 weeks in the USA, our final stop was Bristol, Rhode Island to stay with my Grandad and his wife Joy. Grandad came to pick us up at Providence train station and then took us back to his lovely home overlooking the bay. We arrived to a very tasty clam pasta being made, and spent the evening regaling tales of our trip so far.
The next day the exercise started. Grandad took ...
... in the Old North Church which meant the British were coming by "sea." Actually, it meant they were crossing the Charles River and heading for Concord via the northern route as opposed to coming the longer land (southern) route. He alerted the colonists that "The Regulars are Coming!" (Not "The British are coming...as the colonists were British too!) At daybreak the British encountered some 70 colonists on Lexington Green where the first colonists died in the ...
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