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... the least from and got the most.
I think however, what we will remember the most is the people. As we we walk to meet Eric and Kristen for dinner a guy comes up to us. "Is there a ship still in town?" he gestures to the camera on Thomas' shoulder.
Then he suddenly remembers, "Oh thats right, you are the two guys that are here for a few days!". We are baffled at first, but then realise he worked in the hire car office. We smile, we need not say anything else.
... campgrounds were already closed!! At some campgrounds we were either alone or just one of a handful of campers still braving the fall cold nights!! As I awarded the best campground bathroom award in my last blog I thought I'd share another typical bathroom! The campsite in this photo located next to Hopewell Rocks cost $10 more per night than the best bathroom winner & the showers were old & dirty!! I promise I won't bore you with anymore bathroom ...
... this is the most popular trail in the National Park. Then the next trail we took was the Mathews Head, a 4.5km loop. This was a nice trail that followed the coast. After our hike we decided to make our way out of the park and down the coast to Hopewell Cape to see the Hopewell Rocks. The were very impressive and worth the $9 per person entrance fee. We walked the 1.2km easy trail to ?? where we walked down the stairs ...
Why another March break? Since last Wednesday we had no school in St. Andrews! Seven
days no school is very good news for the students, and for the teacher too. The temperature was very bad and the roads were very slippery. Each morning, Sue send me a text message and said to me: “I know it is crazy, but no school today again”!
... some money, their island life was very simple. The children had very small rooms (the same size as the servants rooms!), and they never installed electricity. The living and dining rooms took advantage of the great views down to the water and across the bay to Eastport, ME, and we could see that the sea and the outdoors were the real focal points of the time the Roosevelts spent there. There were numerous model ships throughout the cottage, and it was plain to see that sailing ...