Mt. Beacon Bed and Breakfast
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I am sitting at the station and a thick fog clouds the river. Perhaps not a good time to walk along the river bank! But as usual, I am surprisingly early for my train. I couldn't get to sleep last night - too much to look forward to with Boston on Friday. So I was a little (a lot) sleepy. But I have decided that I can finish deciding all that on my 4 hour train! When I arrive I will head up to ...
... He was very laid back and not the crazed artist I was expecting. He's actually a sand sculptor and pumpkin carver most of the time.
First we had to go to the production trailer where we got a "crew" lanyard to be able to enter the cordoned off area and a wristband so we could eat at the crew catering van. TruTV was filming the event in Times Square for their Guinness World Records show – there was a whole bunch of other record breaking attempts happening at ...
... to the car place and there waited until our car was ready. They didn't have the tent attachment for us but we decided that it was not a problem as we have bought a 6 man instant Coleman tent which will be trying out soon. A drive home and a brief stop off for a snack before getting back to Pleasantville at 5pm. A rather long day to pick up a car. Kids had spent the afternoon at the local pool and only got back closer to 7pm.
Another great evening chatting. ...
... this location it soon becomes obvious that there is problem. The coach has to be rebooted! Its computerised everything has gone haywire. Finally the coach reappears, assumingly with new boots. We still have the Top of the Rock, the viewing platform on Rockafellar Building, to do but opt out. Our vouchers will do another day. We leave the coach, in a downpour, shelter and head back to the hotel. We shower, sleep and then eat in Scotty's ...
... and we chatted about many things including when he visited Perth to produce the Dugites, the band not the snakes, back in the day. A very nice man.
The sound check was just great to watch; the band played I Want You Back (twice), but did not pay this in the show proper. After the sound check, Robin and Bob kindly asked if I would like to join them for a meal before the show. Once again I checked my diary and declared that I had no plans that could not be ...