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... related to my time at the CCRC and miscarriages of justice, was that in the last days up to an execution they found exculpatory evidence suggesting the defendants innocence. The Supreme Court has no power to look at it and he was executed. The practitioners on death row cases get very close to their clients as they have to develop a relationship of trust with people who (unsurprisingly) have lost all trust in the establishment. They then have to go through the grief of the ...
... antiques to see and gingerbread to be had.
Then it was on to the Halifax for our airport departures. Most were headed home, including us. But others were headed on for more travel.
My guess is that most were delayed today. Hurricane Joaquin paralleled the Eastern Seaboard, dumping a lot of rain which delayed flights.
Because we were on different flights at different times at different gates, there was ...
... about 10 miles south of town.
Arrived safely in St Louis. After the drama over the last few days I think I will just chill out here - do some housekeeping (laundry, emails, update the travel blog and edit my first GoPro video). Hence I may not venture in to downtown St Louis - we'll see how I feel later this afternoon.
Yeah! up to date - apologies for the long winded saga of George (my Harley).
... before we left this morning, else we would have stayed in Hermann. But either way, we had a fun time there. We started out by following the signs to find Stone Hill Winery. We wandered around trying to find the tasting room, and instead stumbled upon a tour that we latched on to. We wandered through their cellars and storage rooms and ended at the tasting room. We had a few wines, but weren't ...
... bridge was first built in 1865 and only replaced in 1922 by the present Bascule Connecticut bridge design....enjoyed our stop and soon on our way again across another State - Rhode Island ,only 37 miles wide (smallest State in the USA) and into State of Massachusetts.
Finally arriving at our homexchange in Cape Cod for 2 weeks, with our host waiting to meet us.