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... so hung out and waited in a fast current fun for skipper. We were just going to turn back but it opened so off we went. It was really foggy but as we approached NYC and the East River the ceiling lifted still very cloudy but not thick pea soup! Going North up the East River was amazing the Statue of Liberty, Manhaton, Connie Island, Brooklyn we past it all. Lots of industrial buildings and barges ...
... blocking them out, and then hit the hay hard.
On Sunday we had breakfast with the Patscos and Joe’s sister and her family joined us. After breakfast Joe took Dad and Jameson to West Marine and an auto parts store where they purchased two new fenders at a discounted price and two extra fan belts, and Cathy took me for a grocery store run to stock up on fresh fruits, veggies, snacks, two more cases of water, and some bottles of wine.
... it didn’t say that anywhere on the menu and they hadn’t charged us extra the night before. We hate people trying to take advantage! So despite the fact that the food was fantastic, we won’t be going back tomorrow night!
Miles travelled: 12
Total miles travelled: 15596
Days on road: 144
States visited: 33
National Parks visited: ...
... of crossroads of meetings and encounters all making impacts... some deeper than others, but all important when you share part of whom you are and vice-versa- people take that with them. You can truly carry people with you always, anywhere... they live in your thoughts- sometimes it makes you wonder, are you living in theirs? Its come time to consolidate... I started selecting the items of clothing and shoes that are coming with. It will be ...
... workplace, Merchant House Museum in the East Village. The museum is essentially a family home of a wealthy merchant and still has the furniture of the 1800s. We were amused by an explanatory note on a writing desk which read "During the 19th century letter writing was the most common way to communicate. People sent news, greetings, invitations and more through the mail!" We remember writing letters; seems like just the other day! Again, ...