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... night to make sure everything was safe and sound and the following day, the volunteers working the show, along with the police, were asking show folks how best to help us. It was heaven.
The other best part of this town was that our friends Glen, Barbara, Gina and Andy all made the trip out to see the show and hang out with us. It was as though no time had passed when seeing them (well, with Gina & Andy...we'd ...
... mansions! The walk was gorgeous and I imagine it would be really nice on the right day but it was a shame parts were closed off for renovation or due to hazards. I imagine had I been a bit more wreck less I could have scrambled about a bit and joined up onto a more stable part of the path but given that I was seemingly the only person out on the walk today I thought the better of it. If anything happened I'd be a long time waiting for help to come along. It would cut the trip awfully ...
I was sorry not to get a chance to say goodbye to the hotel owner (and possible distant relative), the Quirke/Quinn man I had met on the day of my arrival. Returning to Hyannis transport Depot I found my Peter Pan bus and settled down for a long journey. The stop for my transfer was called Fall River and from the name I pictured a cute little town erm... on the river! Apparently Fall River was an industrial city that had once housed loads of factories and factory workers. As the ...
... in Colt State Park, and then down to Bristol harbour. There we saw a boat that had picked a fight with a stone pier and lost during Hurricane Irene, beautiful boat, lots of damage. That evening Eilidh and I played a spot of tennis, Grandad also joined us for a quick set of Canadian Doubles (2 vs 1).
On our last day in Bristol, Eilidh and I got the bikes out again for a wee 11 mile ride up ...
... dimensions of Fenway Park. The view from my seat of the entire Fenway Park was amazing. It's a beautiful old time ballpark that they have modernized extremely well. They still have the narrow hallways for fans like Wrigley, but they have opened up a great new "food court" in the right field area. I had the small nachos and a Diet Coke, which I paid for the rest of the game with heartburn. They also have put two beautiful electronic screens in center field which display ...
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