The Swann Inn Of Beacon
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As we approached Exit 18, I got butterflies in my stomach and my pulse began to race. Poughkeepsie was only about 20 minutes from the NY Thruway and I envisioned seeing my friends and reuniting with them, even if it was for only a few minutes. Mom and I got gas, paid tolls, and I started calling: Tom, Peter, Amber, and Colleen, until Mom began to message them. It turned out that ...
... I'm Jo". We shook hands and he introduced himself "I'm Bob".
But I am getting ahead of myself. I didn't have any time to write my blog this morning as I was chatting to "other Bob", whose name I realise I don't know. I would ask, but I like calling him Bob now, and that might ruin it for me. So other Bob and I chatted whilst I was waiting for the train (10-15 minutes late today). He is semi-retired and has had quite an eclectic career, as he put it. He started ...
... be able to get up the archives with no trouble.
Once pulled up into Tarrytown, a minibus arrives to chauffeur researchers across to the archive. Jump in, get settled and off we go! The journey to the Archive Center was very picturesque, including a number of lakes we passed by. In one there were a number of swans. There were your usual Mute Swan's about, but I think there was also a Trumpeter Swan. I could only see it for quite a distance, but its beak seemed to ...
... that I'm not quite sure of how to prepare for. Sometimes, I start to get worried about all of the unknowables. Often, I have to remind myself that I picked this company and this country because I wanted to challenge myself to go outside my comfort zone.
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... time including the “Most hardboiled eggs caught by mouth” and “Fastest 20-meter butt scoot”! Next Andy explained how we would put it together – 25 boards to make a 100 square foot mosaic! Some of the marshmallows had been airbrushed brown and we stuck them down first with spray adhesive using a colour by numbers kind of grid. We were told to take a break around 12:30 and return at 2pm when the event would officially start.
It was a ...