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... the father turned out to be a naval captain. So the ship rang all the bells and announced his arrival on deck. Obviously laid on for the more important Mills On Tour really. Ruthy full of it.
Relieved to find a ferry to take us back and Great ice cream.
Rested up and then went to watch fireworks. Settled for Boston Common as crowds down by the water. They started early and were stunning- photo ...
... Spanish COs.
So it was a pleasant time all up. We really appreciated experiencing a taste of our international Christian brotherhood. We were in comforting and familiar surroundings at the Kingdom Hall with our spiritual brothers and sisters, and enjoyed sharing in the same information as you did at your Sunday meeting. Trust that you will enjoy having a look at these pics.
John and Helen
... 160; The balcony is where the Declaration of Independence was first read to the public. People were so overjoyed to be free they tore the original lion and unicorn off the building and burned them. Today there are just replicas and on the back of the building is a soaring eagle to symbolize our freedom. 1976 Queen Elizabeth came to visit the Old State House for our Bicentennial. On the balcony the people of Boston presented her with a check for 34,000 to ...
... asked a woman to take a picture of me but she was a bit annoyed really (and it was rubbish) so I decided to take some selfies which were not great. Ahh the downsides of sightseeing alone! I trotted along to the public library next to have a quick look round. Really grand building also with a lot of history. It was really nice to be somewhere really quiet and, like the new york library, was really well used. Later, a few of us congregated in the lobby to go for a few beers. The ...
... only for its blandness but we had decided to go to Cedar Falls in Iowa since that was where our camper was built, and perhaps was the best place to get running repairs.
The visit to North Star Campers was memorable not just because they fixed everything for virtually nothing, but because we had such a laugh getting it fixed. Rex Willet one of the founders of the company took us under his wing, and gave us a few tips about using their campers…first of ...
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