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... of the Children. They have five.... Twin two year olds, a seven year old, ten year old and twelve year old. I have been with them for almost 11 months now and I only have a month left. The two older children are at sleep away camp(most City kids do that during Summer) and the rest are with me and the parents. While I am typing this, my babies are taking a nap in the stroller. It was a very long drive to get from New York City to Montauk but we ...
... look hopefully at the indicator board, suppress your stress and frustration when it is only 5 minutes until departure and you still don't know which platform to go to, resist the temptation to ask the conductor who is guarding the closest platform door, exclaim with excitement when the allocated number appears, rush to the now open door (in our case #2 when we were standing in front of #10), take the escalator to the platform below and contend with all the others trying to get ...
... 25 departed Lufkin, TX at 6:30am and arrived at Lonoke, Arkansas at 3:30pm 340 miles = slept at Valero Truck stop
June 26 departed Lonoke, Arkansas at 6:30am arrived at DICKSON, Tennessee at 3:30pm 394 miles = Slept at DICKSON RV Park
June 27 departed Dickson, TN at 6:30am and arrived at BRISTOL, VIRGINIA at 4pm 313 miles = stayed at Walmart parking lot.
June 28 departed Bristol, VA at 7am and arrived at CHAMBERSBURG, PA at 4:30pm ...
The Mentus family has a big announcement!!
Connor can now ride a bike without training wheels!!!!!!!!
What?? What did you think I was going to say?
Anyways... Daddy removed Connors training wheels this afternoon and he had so much fun riding around the campground uninhibited by those extra wheels! Our biggest boy is growing so fast!
We had a relaxing morning followed by a visit from some good friends we ...
... order to get a look in), and in the case of Orient Point, one was a fisherman by the name of Elliot Alvah Brooks who made a series of Poquatuck Indian stone carvings along the shore of Long Island Sound some time in 1930s. He dedicated his work to the “memory of the vanquished Poquatucks.” While the Smithsonian Institute has catalogued his work, local council and the people who currently live in Orient Point keep the actual location of Brooks carvings a secret. They ...