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I had promised Alex a day without travel, so we took it here in the Groton/New London area.
I let him sleep as late as he wanted, which was about 9 (we hadn't turned the lights out the night before until about 11 - so much for his "regular" 8:30 bedtime), then we slowly got up and around.
We had breakfast at a Dunkin Donuts store, at this was only unusual in that they seem to be as common ...
... my view of the audience I realized "tits.. I'm related to every single person sitting in the bleachers". We're all well familiarized with the blood relatives bias. For one, family members think you're wildly more attractive than the rest of the populous because you share a genetic foundation. Admitting to your daughter/son/niece/nephew's genetic misfortune is way too self-deprecating because the apple doesn't fall far from the ugly tree. Family ...
... some thunderstorm cells developing at an alarming rate. To complicate matters, there are all sorts of airspace restrictions whenever you fly within 60 miles of Washington DC, as well as the Prohibited Area around Camp David. Normally, I would have deviated slightly to the south of the storms and it wouldn't have been an issue, but the airspace problems were right where I needed to go, so I headed north, then threaded my way back south between ...
... amazing dinner view. Mystics centre was quaint with idyllic old buildings, a picturesque draw bridge, interesting little shops, good food and a surprising amount of places to get a drink. This all in all provided a great little rural escape to break up the copious amount of cities we had coming, so the next few days we hired bikes to explore, sampled more of the amazing seafood and enjoyed the local beer before we headed to ...
... leader. She remarried a neighbor by the name of Oliver Hazard Perry and moved into a different Newport mansion but continued to use Marble House as a place of "storage," a glorified laundry-mat (because she felt it was better then her new home), and a place to hold women’s suffrage rally’s. On the grounds of the home also stood the Japanese tea room – a beautiful structure now used as a café and a kind of resting ...
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