The Tower Cottage B&B
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... the prop crew and the midway crew. We’re all in this together and we may as well make the best of it. Haha.
Tomorrow is another no-show day so we’re heading back to NYC, courtesy of a certain lovely friend by the last name of Heroy who apparently enjoyed spending time with us on Tuesday and doesn’t mind doing it again! We’re jumping to Mine Hill, NJ where we’ll be for three whole days…a luxury in this ...
... br> Our next stop was the library and we ended up getting there really early, so J.P., Beth, and Pat hung out with the kids in the reading area, took photos and read books with them. There was a book sale going on, so I immediately disappeared. Unfortunately (or maybe fortunately for our way too tiny book cabinet) I didn’t find anything.
This time, the program started with Pat reading a Mo Willems book to the kids and then they jumped into ...
So, this was it. The last long day of cycling of the whole trip. We were nervous for a couple reasons, the bikes appear ready to fall to bits and the route to Cheesequake State Park through New Jersey was extremely built up. It didn't help that the mountain which had toppled us last night was still there and needed us to go back up and over it before heading east again.
Having climbed the hill again through the pretty town of Little York, we found route ...
... to call it a night straight from the restaurant.
Our plan was to drive down to see Nick Vujicic (lifewithoutlimbs.org) speak at a church in Maryland. We recalled calculating that it would be about 3 hours.
The next morning, I checked to see if he was indeed still scheduled to speak at the church--he was--and I checked the map again to see if it was indeed a three hour drive--it wasn't. It was about four hours. Kelsey and I decided that eight hours in the car all to ...
... I envisioned West Africa as a place of disease and illness, one where you will get sick if you go there. However, in a group that averaged around 20 people there were only a few respiratory ailments like colds and sinus infections, some infected insect bites, some sporadic traveler's diarrhea, and a two people experiencing falls. I didn't see any sign of tropical diseases or serious gastrointestinal conditions among my fellow travelers. With the sweltery ...