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... Harry Potter... (Movie niiiight!) OUR task was to pick up a list of flowers in stock, mulch, and gravel. Except that that list had been compiled a while ago, when they actually HAD those flowers. So we substituted, switched, and explained our way through one guy to whom customer service was along the "optional" end, and into the second Lowe's to procure what the first could not provide. Did I mention pricing? So basically, I tried not to snap at people, Sam took it in ...
... to win a pretty uneventful game 1-0. It was then a pretty quiet crowd. Never mind, another almost.
I went on a tour of independence hall in philly, where the second continental congress met to decide on breaking away from our empire in 1776, how there they. I got singled out again by the tour guide for being British, but luckily was reassured it was all water under the bridge now! great tour though.
Cheesesteaks are apparently ...
... Bell. After that we made our way along South st and up to the Rittenhouse Square.
We went back to the hotel and got into our room and decided to take it easy tonight, after a week in New York we were pretty darn tired.
So after freshening up we went back into Rittenhouse Square and found ourselves a Philly Cheese steak. What a delicious thing! We ate that and drank some beers, and called it a ...
Peggy dropped us at Philadelphia Zoo where we spent a few hours. The primates were lovely especially the orangutan Mum and wee baby Batu. The baby explored the netting gingerly and then a guiding hand would appear and scoop her back. Then the Mum did some amazingly long arm stretches across the roof of the enclosure with Batu holding on to her front and you're willing her to hold tight. The gorillas were ...
... best known to the
outside world through the "Tools of the Nation-Maker" museum of the Bucks County Historical Society. Henry Chapman Mercer constructed the reinforced
poured concrete building in 1916 to house his collection of mechanical
tools and utensils. Upon his death in 1930, Mercer also left his
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