Inn at Glencairn
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... last July. And since then have not had the opportunity to buy my own bike yet. I did take a few trips in Florida when I visited about two months ago but that is really the extent of my experience on a bike. I feel confident that I can handle myself. The point of this adventure is to enjoy the ride take it all in and not be in any rush to get to any destination. I have not booked a hotel and plan on looking for something once I get there and get a feel for ...
... a Jesuit priest, and suggested they organize a class trip to the Holy Land. Norm could lead the visits to the Jewish sites and Jimmy do the honors at the Christian sites - they went ahead and here we go! Norm and Jim have set up a syllabus of books and articles on the religious, spiritual and political history/contemporary life of Israel and tours with an extensive write-up of each place. There will be frequent speakers at the ...
... of non-fried food and beer, so after searching for about 20 minutes, we decided on Granny's Country Kitchen. I had a grilled chicken salad, which was terrible, and a small, i.e. bucket of fries. It was probably smart not to eat too much.
After lunch, we went to The Dark Knight, which was a neat ride. Then it was on to the Superman ride, which is an interesting experience because you're lying down, i.e. flying. This was the first time that ...
... the one further on? The girls and I ribbed their morther mercilously, every chance we got. "Look Mom, another Wildflower forrest!" Classic.
We continued down the 7A to Vergennes and joined the 22A and then quickly joined the 17A near West Addison and crossed over a small outlet of the lake and into New York State just shy of the Adirondacks. The highway became enclosed on both sides by old growth forrest with a high canopy. So ...
... because I'm terrified to fly, but you gotta do what you gotta do!
Amy and I are finishing up our last minute packing and saying our last goodbyes to our family. Next time I update this we will be in London!!! So excited! Peace out, America! xoxo