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... to have a friend willing to come across the world just to surprise her two best friends (shout out to Alissa and also to Gabrielle, Mrs. Velasquez, and Sean). I cannot be happier that I was able to share just a small portion of my experience with them.
In my travels throughout nine different countries (yes, Vatican City is amongst that count), I not only gained insight into various diverse cultures, but, after four months, ultimately found an immense appreciation for the ...
We woke up to sunshine which was the first we had seen in days so I was sort of feeling torn between racing home or spending a few moments checking out the Lake. We asked for some suggestions from the front desk and got a great tip to take the scenic drive up Prospect Mountain which was literally a few blocks away. The drive cost $10 but had several view points out over the lake ...
... than what we had planned. We had pulled over at some smaller falls and another car stopped and asked us if we knew where Moss Glen Falls was. We did not. Although the small picnic area we had stopped at was quite lovely. We did find Moss Glen up the road a ways and it was an easy view right off the highway. We then took Rt 125 across the Green Mountain National Forest where we again happened upon Texas Falls…another waterfall that was unexpected but well ...
... a guided tour of his former house and a full description of his history there. We were the only visitors in the torrential rain! Johnstown is close by, not surprisingly, a small typical US town "out in the sticks". It does boast 4 tattoo parlours within the small town centre - why? - and we savoured the homespun charm (or lack of it) at Miss Johnstown's Diner. Health and Safety would probably condemn the place; it ...
... independent, not-for-profit organisation it was set up by Lyn Howard, MD, and her patient Clarence “Oley” Oldenburg, the Oley Foundation helps people dependent upon feeding by tube or by IV. They organise newsletters, conferences and networking for patients. In the morning I did a bit of voluntary work helping to pack info leaflets into packs to be handed out by RDs. In the afternoon we had a meeting ...