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... being on the canal. There are canalfront houses, condos, docks with Adirondack chairs set up on them. There was a marine and kayak rental operation, a big park with lots of people feeding ducks, biking and walking their dogs. I saw more people here than I usually see or have ever seen on any other section of the canalway trail I think. Farther on, the Fairport crew were rowing on the canal. I rode a bit farther ...
... the B&B was open for visitors and I should go and see it.
Even though I was late getting started, I did check out the church and it was quite interesting. The current building took only a year to build and one of its features are the set of commemorative stained glass windows. It is rare that there would be so many in one church and since they were installed all together the glass pieces are of the same color batches. ...
Just a few of my (Bob's) notes about some themes and overall thoughts about this trip.
The person who showed us our Airbnb in Venice, Orial, asked me about what I thought about the people in my first visit to Italy, and to Europe. I tried to explain it to him, but I had a hard time doing it then, and I'm kind of having a hard time writing it too. I also have to disclaim/qualify that I fully understand that I have had a small glimpse of ...
... not living to work"
That phrase stuck with me the entire rest of the trip after Christian said it. Working is a way to pay the bills and enjoy life, not your entire being, your identity, your life. Although I'm pretty good about setting down the phone, I'm not always great at it.
I can't tell you how many times Bob and I have eaten dinner and I've checked my phone multiple times because a notification that someone mentioned Roberts on Twitter popped up, or ...
... in some cases 90's. The coolest it gets at night is high 60's. No need for jeans. They're heavy, take up a lot of room, and take FOREVER to dry. See ya.
I ended up with 3 tanks, 4 tees, 1 pair of shorts, 1 pair of yoga pants, 3 skirts, and 2 dresses. I have a feeling that's still 1 skirt and 1 tee too many, but they don't take up a lot of room, so for now, they're staying.
Or those shoes.
I originally planned on bringing ...