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... attempts!). Train left right on time and kept to the schedule all the way to the end, where we had to wait outside Penn Station for at track assignment. Arrived about 10 minutes late, made my way to the hotel, and voila, the trip has begun!
... Unfortunately, Bob left Jane before the trip materialized, and she went in search of a friend to accompany her.
Surprisingly, Emily, who had recently become unattached, agreed to join her! We began planning in the Spring and grew increasingly excited as the date grew near.
... egg-mobile' or Noah's Ark. This big enclosed trailer was designed to be towed around to different spots with an automatic, light-operated door which would let the hens out in the morning and shut them in for the night! I helped Beth and Aunt Jan finish off painting the white trim for the egg-mobile and it sure looked good when it was all finished!
Adelaide Hills Farm was a beautiful place and it was so nice to be welcomed to what felt like a second home by such a lovely ...
960 miles. 11 hours. 5 US states. 2 countries :)
This was the roadtrip Hannah McCorrie and I embarked on. September 4th began as a cool and misty morning with a fog so thick at times we couldn't see 20 metres in front of us. With all my luggage packed into the car, enough snacks for our journey and plenty of songs and talks on board we set off along the highway to the US border. The rising sun was a bright ...
... displays are very Virginia and proud.... Well worth a visit.
Virginia was the last state to secede and that's because a lot of the people are more akin to the Northern way of life. In the first Virginia vote in Jan 1861, they voted to stay in the Union, by 90 to 45. Later on, when Lincoln called the draft to go into North Carolina, they hastily arranged another vote carried by 88 to 55, and what's interesting is the counties with slaves voted to secede and the ...