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Then we went to find St. Mary's Church where Father McGivney, the founder of the Knights of Columbus, was parish priest. Again we got confused and tried to go to a Yale classroom building first. Yale surrounds the church and actually takes over most of New Haven.
We then ...
... Lee house which was built around 1699.
You can see
immediately why the area is known as New England. It is so typical of the British
England. Driving around you come across
fields with stone walls, buildings which could have come from the pages of
homes can be found around any corner.
in the area that are extremely interesting are New London an old ...
Our plan is to drive as far as we could, on the fastest highways and find a nice cosy roadside inn with a fine dining restaurant that is FAOGCS certified but I'm not holding my breath on that one. The fastest speed limit is 65mph but I've quickly learnt that you need to do at least 75mph or get run over by the millions of semi's on the road. There are plenty of police cars on the highways, usually next to a car they've pulled over so I don't know ...
... the time, and it was actually 7:15 am.
A cup of coffee and a beautiful walk in the woods set me right. Addie made a new friend, Sunny, and I had a very pleasant chat with Sunny's person. She was doing a brisk power walk, so I got some good exercise in addition to a lively discussion about health care, education and big data. You meet the most interesting people walking the dog.
Next up was WEBS - America's Yarn Store. I had heard about ...
... to Perth. Different plants of course but just as beautiful. We passed through New Bedford where Moby Dick author, Melville worked on fishing boats for a time. Then on through Fall River where cotton and textile mills were once the big thing. All closed now. Guess where everything in that line comes from now. You guessed it- India. Lots of Americans we spoke with along our trip are distressed they have not yet risen out of the financial crisis of some years back and are ...