Isaac Hilliard House Bed and Breakfast
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... wing" and "left-wing" states approach complete power, they become utterly indistinguishable from each other. Hitler's supposedly "far right" regime and Stalin's supposedly "far left" regime were virtually identical. Whatever the original stated purpose of either, the end result was complete power and control for the politicians, and complete helplessness and enslavement of everyone else.
Being allowed to choose between ...
... in the background made for an incredible end to an adrenaline filled day. Day 6 left us soaked (on purpose) at blizzard beach waterpark. The racing slides put Emma and myself into a competitive state as we raced the stairs up the hill to take on the next slide. All was going well until we were confronted by one ride known as summit plummet. We scaled the stairs to the peak. Emma confronting the situation with I don't want to! (Ok I'll be honest I was freaking quietly as ...
I have been doing a lot of traveling lately. Partly to promote my business and partly to enjoy the warm Caribbean weather.
As I've been doing so, I am reminded that (contrary to popular belief) everybody in every country does not speak English (nor will they). I am also reminded of how unsafe it is to be traveling in countries where you cannot adequately speak the language.
The last thing you want to do in ...
... William Howard Taft. Taft was the 27th President of the US (1909-1913). He was just after Teddy Roosevelt and just before the man's grave I will see next, Woodrow Wilson. Taft was born in Ohio, attended Yale and must have been a pretty good lawyer, for after his one term in office, he later served as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court (1921-1930). No other President has served in both positions.
Then I was off to Washington ...
... an iced coffee and a couple of donuts (along with free wi-fi) helped to calm me down. We stopped for gas (keep forgetting that NJ doesn’t allow you to pump your own gas, but I still need to get out of the RV to unlock the gas door for them, so it seems a mite silly) and about 20 minutes later, stopped again at a thrift store that had just opened. It was enormous. Within 10 minutes of arriving there, I found it. The one thing I never thought I’d find at a thrift store ...