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... me. Another sad day for me because the second session of kids left and they were the biggest amount of ids ever in 1 unit since the camp opened and some of them where brilliant and funny plus a few of the 6 weekers went home. Which was sad because I felt like there older brother helping them and them giving me hugs to say goodbye was nice, asking me if I was coming back next year and me not knowing the answer. Whoops. ...
... to rain) and they were playing in the pool.
Within minutes, Alex was in the middle of 13 boys throwing a baseball-sized hard foam ball back and forth in sort of a modified pool version of dodgeball. For almost 45 minutes, Alex and the other boys laughed, yelled and splashed as they unwound at the end of the day.
Alex and I came back to the room to read, relax, and call it the end of the day.
... up the Hudson, I couldn't make out the Manhattan Skyline, which I knew to be only 5 miles distant.
We picked up the Statue of Liberty when we were about 3 miles away, and headed over to circle her. I could see several sightseeing boats circling her, and I realized that despite all their efforts, we still had a much better view than they ever would.
Through the haze, we then proceeded up the Hudson, taking in Ground Zero and the ...
... a nice health night go to bed nice and early which I did. Went to bed at 10pm and woke up at 11:30am was over 12 hour sleep. Was perfect. Must have needed it. After getting up it had a lovely shower and was supposed to go to one if the guys parents house play some Xbox and have some pizza. Turns out we couldn't and I went with the other specialists to an outlet and it was rubbish no way we could have spend house around that place was barley 1 hour really. We wanted to go. ...
... amazing dinner view. Mystics centre was quaint with idyllic old buildings, a picturesque draw bridge, interesting little shops, good food and a surprising amount of places to get a drink. This all in all provided a great little rural escape to break up the copious amount of cities we had coming, so the next few days we hired bikes to explore, sampled more of the amazing seafood and enjoyed the local beer before we headed to ...
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