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The preschool run with Chris was followed by another day of meetings and shadowing at the hospital today with some more really valuable insights. Chris and I got the 'trolley' back in the evening which is like a tram that uses the underground tracks. The use of public transport is much more a part of the culture in Philadelphia and they walk more than the other areas. Its the first place that I have been where I ...
... Love park where the LOVE sign is. It is a really nice park and in the distance you can see the Rocky steps from there which is the Museum of Modern Art so that was a nice view.
I was able to relax for the remainder of the night and even did some running which was good. So my first day off had been a good day.
The next night we had July 4th fireworks at Radnor high school which is in our area. We all dressed up in American flags and so forth so ...
Monday was our second day for Universal Studios.
We started off my lining up for a new "Despicable Me" ride. It's a 3D simulator ride. It was a lot of fun.
Next up we went on the "Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit" roller coaster which had a really steep climb that scared the **** out of me. You got to choose a song from the playlist on your armrest that would play during the ride which was cool.
We then did a bunch of other rides including the "Twister" ride ...
... through which I can take a picture of the inside of the museum while I am outside. The photo you see here of John Kennedy, with sketches of his brothers, is just such a picture. I took it from outside the Andrew Wyeth Studio/Museum in Chadds Ford, PA. The works are by Andrew’s son, Jamie, who also painted in this studio.
Another work of caution: Do not try this technique if the space you wish to photograph is above the ground floor (unless you happen to ...
... of bags on the corner filled with branches to be hauled away after every day. We also had the opportunity to plant a Metasequoia (more commonly known as a Dawn Redwood), a rare tree once thought to be extinct.
One last project to finish out the week was cleaning out a couple vacant lots of thrash and debris, which ended up including a large branch pile, old lumber pile, and even a toilet! Joining us were a few fabulous gentlemen, some from Neighborhood Services and ...
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