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... in the East as Starbuck's are in the Northwest.
It was raining pretty hard and the ceilings pretty low as we made our way to the Submarine Museum next to the base in Groton. There, we were able to wander through the exhibits and then take a tour of the USS Nautilus, the first nuclear-powered submarine. Although the museum and tour were interesting, it was a small museum with actually very little ...
... the ones to egg on infant modeling careers like you are a more attractive breed of shriveled alien life form than all the other post-utero trolls. They also drill into your head that your academic success, no matter how insubstantial, is more noteworthy than that of your future class valedictorians. "Oh honey, you got an 80% in participation?! There's even a note from your teacher stating "pleasure to have in class"!! News for you Uncle Eugene, ...
Further complicating matters was the poor visibility. Living out west, if you are outside of a cloud, we usually can see for 50 to a hundred miles due to the clear air. Even in the winter, when there is more moisture in the air, our visibility it at least 10 miles. Here in the East, due to the high humidity, you can find yourself without clouds, yet have visibility of only a mile or two, and such was the case yesterday.
We arrived to the sleepy fishing town of Mystic early evening and after settling in at our motel we walked to the historic centre. Having been in NYC and Boston prior to this, Mystic's tranquility was very accommodating and as we wondered along the riverside encountering a few seafood shacks on the way the sunset was mesmerising. The sky's rapidly changing colour was having a humbling effect on the crystal river water and made for ...
... tourists. The structure used to stand closer to the coast, not visible from Marble House, but recently, the building has been moved by the Newport Preservation society for visitors to enjoy.
Pam arrived just in time! Just as we finished our tour, she maneuvered her way through the gates of Marble House to meet up with us. We hopped in her hot new ride (a Chevy Malibu J) and made our way to lunch… we were hungry! We ended ...