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... of the museum and standing at the memorial pools. The reflecting pools are built on the ordinal footprints of the twin towers to preserve the site. Along the walls of the pools are cascading waterfalls. A border surrounds the pools that has the names of each lost life engraved on it. This is a beautiful tribute to the 2997 lives lost that day. The majority of the museum is located at bedrock level of the site and is 7 stories below ground. It is full of ...
So the first tattoo convention we went to was in Reading pennsylvania and was a good time! The second giant one however was in Wildwood New Jersey, straight 4 hr ride and was amaing! The address was 4051 boardwalk (I believe) wildwood convention center and it was right on the boardwalk... I'm hoping to be able to return there soon for a small get away vacation and just be able to put all of our **** behind us... Oh would be ...
While we were talking at the Maple stand, the guy next to us said immediately, "Are you from New Zealand?". Which was unusual as 99% of the people ask Australia or England.
He takes us over to his wife who is from Napier! Finally found a New Zealander here.
... in the sights and essence of the beautiful award
winning gardens at Mohonk Mountain House while gaining insight into how
they are created and maintained. Join Cornell Cooperative Extension of
Ulster County’s Master Gardener Program
as they host “Art in the Garden” on Thursday, August 14 at the Mohonk
Mountain House located at 1000 Mountain Rest Road in New Paltz, NY.
... I talked to Sarah last night, she said it was 110 in La Quinta. That hardly seems fair.
But when we wake up this morning in Ashland, New Hampshire, we are pleasantly surprised to glimpse glorious, sunny skies -- a positive sign bordering on an omen.
The day begins as we ride south along NH-104, through Danbury and along Mount Kearsarge State Park in New Hampshire. Mount Kearsarge is 2,937 feet high. Its name evolved from a ...