Inn at Harbor Hill Marina
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... to many close friends waiving and ready to donate. It was a great night reuniting with old High school friends, family and many many others. On to NYC Thursday to support my Son and his Buddy's fundraiser at Fiddlesticks in Greenwich Village 5-9pm. Leaving Purple Haze in Durham to rest.
Thank you Keith Vibert, Owner of MONDO, for his generosity, great food, great place!
I'm still learning how to use the GoPro Camera. View on small ...
The Mentus family has a big announcement!!
Connor can now ride a bike without training wheels!!!!!!!!
What?? What did you think I was going to say?
Anyways... Daddy removed Connors training wheels this afternoon and he had so much fun riding around the campground uninhibited by those extra wheels! Our biggest boy is growing so fast!
We had a relaxing morning followed by a visit from some good friends we ...
... of vacation!
Originally we were going to head back to DC to see the rest of the sites, but decided to do one long day of driving to get within a few hours of home. That is the great thing about camping. You can leave your itinerary open and book campgrounds the same day! We want to spend our last weekend of vacation relaxing. It's nice to be back in New England, but it is COLD! Oh wait, did I already ...
... this and met some wonderful people who have become really good friends.
When we returned to Australia, we received some requests from people wishing to stay with us. Of course you don't have to accept these requests, but having had such a positive experience when we needed a host we decided it would be right to host other travellers requiring accommodation for a while.
One such request was received from Judy. It was great to ...
... I was well aware there was no other bridge, but the gentleman took pity on me and called the bridge authority to take me over. While waiting, I entertained the bridge workers with the story of my travels, giving some of them the information for this blog, and I probably wasted about $300 in tax dollars while they stopped working to listen to me. Getting me money's worth! I lost my wallet at some ...