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- just started this book, essentially about the New Great Game.....starting at the turn of the century - now sitting on a bench beside the Shipyard Golfcourse, with my attached coffee....testing Travelpod's off-line capability and it's ability to upload short ...
... keeper’s house has period correct furnishings.
Across the street, there is a massive cement coastal defense gun emplacement that was built during the Spanish-American War and was an active military installation until the end of WWII. Inside one of the batteries, they have a museum that contains several displays and artifacts that are related to the military units and those who were assigned ...
... after being baked and gave the pizza a good earthy flavor. The second pizza was prosciutto, pineapple, caramelized onions and tomato sauce. The sweetness of the prosciutto and pineapple was balanced by the acidity of the tomato sauce and a hint of saltiness. The dough was a really good neapolitan dough that was bubbly and chewy that had the right amount of crisp to it and was not at all dried out. After our candle lit pizza dinner Becca had more work to do ...
... 75 office visit fee and shuddered to think what else. Chris returned fairly soon and with a smile on his face...which made me pretty sure he did not even go to the dentist. But he had indeed gone, and the good dentist had looked in the cavern that is Chris' mouth and determined he had just chipped a crown, no big deal. He smoothed it out quickly and told him to smile and waive to the receptionist on his way out. He did not charge one penny. Darn that ...
... on a historic bus tour. It was interesting at first to ride around and hear about the history of the area - but in the end, there was just a bit too much heat and a bit too many squares and houses to hear about. Still, I was glad to do it and get to see what I could of this pretty place especially considering we're only here one day. Off to Raleigh tomorrow, then to Washington for three days before the end of the tour in New York! Every day there's always something to see or do - bring it ...