The Sandpiper Inn
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... so after the a-okay from his dad, I transformed him into Spiderman. Later, he bought a Spiderman toy balloon and danced the toy around the midway. He’s such an outgoing, precocious, fun kid and I had a great time hanging out with him.
The day was extremely hot, the tent was even hotter, and I was really glad I had bought a huge bag of popsicles about a month ago. I threw a bunch of them in a couple of plastic bags and passed them ...
... staying at a fire station again tonight (with electric and water hook-ups…yay!) and will be taking off tomorrow around 8:30am.
I can’t believe how epic the last few days have been…catching up with new and old friends and having the chance to both work and socialize with clowns we hold in high regard = shot in the arm we all needed for this new month. Thank you Mark, Josh, Glen, and Pat for everything!
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... him and his coworker Christina at Mole while we waited for my dad to join us. We had a really nice time and eventually a really delicious dinner of Mexican food. And after that, we went out! We walked over to the White Horse Tavern and just told people we knew in town to meet us. It was really fun, and we loved that people made there way down to see us - even Rhys came from Woods Hole!
As Manhattan was our first ...
After the show, the four of us got a bite to eat at Dunkin' Donuts, and then Mom and Grandma left to begin their return home.
It was sad to see them go--we had had such a nice weekend. We had talked a lot about Thanksgiving (really--Kelsey and I talk about Thanksgiving nearly every day--it's what gets us through these weeks :), and we contented ourselves in the fact that we'd be seeing everyone again in about a month.
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Kelsey and I still had work to ...
... motels. Being my frugal self, I managed to find coupons for the cheapest possible places, and didn't spend more than $40 a night for a room. Along the way, I realized that I really enjoy driving, and even considered long-distance truck driving as a possible career path - but now I realize that I don't really want a "career". I think that if I've ...