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Apparently when I checked the weather, I only looked at the highs. I only brought short sleeved shirts...so needless to say when it's 50 degrees in the morning, I was in need of a sweatshirt, So we went to kohls and got one. The best part??? NO TAX ON ...
My fortune cookies tells me that I am about to go on a great adventure.
How lucky can I be! China 2013 is looking good, filled with days
sightseeing in Hong Kong, teaching in Fuzhou (hope there's no typhoon
this year), visiting Panda reserves, cruising on the Yangtze River, silk
making in Suzhou and tripping the light fantastic in Shanghai!
Away we go...come along all you ...
... capture it on camera. Unfortunately the torrential rain on the wind shield wouldn't cooperate. Ugh!
Big thanks to the two huge freight trucks I followed as my beacon of light and safety. I picked the first one up at the NY/MA state line through to the Springfield exit and then followed the second one the rest of the way to Boston. Truckers were my heroes that day.
... got to Davis Farmland and were some of the first in. Liam loved the animals. He was followed around by a baby goat and when the goat jumped up on a bench with him he told the goat to 'get down'. Liam interacted with chickens, sheep, goats and emus. He was adorable trying to say 'Llama'. After time in the farm yard he went to the play town and enjoyed the miniature store and tool shed. Afterwards ...
As the British troops marched out of Boston and into Lexington they came across a group of 77 militiamen. Knowing they were outnumbered Capt. John Parker only hoped to make a display of patriot resolve and ordered his men not to fire. The militiamen were ordered to disperse by British Major John Pitcairn. As they were doing so a shot was fired, it is not clear from which side, and the British ...