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... better option for me than walking! (Haha, lazy) you can even go down in lots of 2,3,4,5 and even 6 if you hold on tight enough. I loved the look of pure terror on Eamon's (who's 3) face at the beginning of each ride that lasted for a few seconds before he realised it was fun. According to him he went "60 hours fast!". Cein (who's 7) and who is also much braver than me ...
... school. I will be homeschooled by a curriculum called Calvert. 1 in 25 U.S. children are homeschooled, with Calvert being the oldest and largest. Calvert also allows you to work with a real teacher thats not the computer. My parents found Calvert on a web site named www.womenandcruising.com The Calvert grades go pre-k to 8th grade.
The house was recently sold, that meant cleaning. Cleaning ...
Battled our way out of Boston and down to Plymouth Rock. Supposedly where the Pilgrims first landed. Full of tourists.
Crossed the Sagamore Bridge and over to Cape Cod.
Had a sandwich in Sandwich then into Rhode Island, my 29th State.
Crossed the bridge into the Newport historic area, very nice place.
Spent the night in Middletown.
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... was our original aim. We went a bit further on the North of the island before turning back for lunch, and then we headed to the South of the island. Just as we were getting to the southernmost point on the island, where we were told had some fantastic views, the sea fog rolled in and denied us that opportunity. Still, all in all ,we got just over 22 miles in. Pretty good effort for Eilidh and I! ...
... 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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