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My friend Margarita loves the word serendipity, which means "the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way". That perfectly describes today.
We left the hotel this morning headed for Connecticut, but with a stop near Trenton, NJ to visit a high school friend of Armando's. I figured we would get there and he and his friend would talk about a bunch of people I don't know in Spanish ...
... 2 years ago in NY. They made the trip to come visit us for a few hours. We can't wait to head out camping with them again this summer. Makayla and their daugher Avi were ecstatic to see each other and practically, no literally, plowed each other over when they saw one another! Riley and Mikey were slightly more apprehensive with one another. I'm sure by the end of the summer they will be best buds. Amanda and Mike also have an 11 month ...
... an early dinner we had a campfire. It was more smoke and less fire because the wood was full of sap, but it was enough to toast some marshmallows. Being that it was too chilly to sit outside we retired early to watch some redbox movies.
Tomorrow is our last full day before heading home. The weather looks like it's going to be around 60 and sunny. If that is true, I promise not to complain!
... that the time we were going to be spending with Judy, who had taken a day off work to show us around, would be cut short.
It was still great to catch up with her. After the Stew Leonards experience, we went to visit the old “State House” in Hartford.
This was built in 1796. The Amistad Trial was commenced in this building on September 19th 1839. The Amistad Trial followed the takeover by slaves of the ...
... the hearse" said Dennis.
As we packed up, a glimmer of sunshine probed weakly through the pines, quite contrary to any forecast, and a bright red “scarlet tanager” (it’s a bird) hopped down and cheeped us a farewell, maybe things looking up?
We’d hoped to visit Mystic Seaport (lovely name), to see its collection of old sailing ships. As the pouring rain made this ...