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Today is another friend day! Our friend Pat and his four year old son Jamie (otherwise known as "the Frinkle", his self-imposed nickname – Jamie named his older brother Bacon Sauce, so Shane is now known as “the Sauce”) came out to the lot around lunchtime to visit with us and take us out for lunch.
But before all of that happened, we drove into Old Bridge, arrived on our lot at a race park, and were parked right next to ...
... explain to him that we were just getting ready to leave. All of a sudden, he bursts into even more tears. I again try to figure out what was wrong.
"I don't want to leave!"
"I know sweetie, we don't either. You really like Jen don't you?"
Hugh shakes his head and says he loves her. Sweetest thing ever. He adored Jenny so much. He doesn't go up to very many people, even ...
We came back in time to make a Regional Tournament in New Jersey. This was a B-Level Tournament with a story. Kathryn has not had the opportunity to do many tournaments this year. The girl that placed second last year has a solid first place lead. This tournament is in her region! So competing serves two purposes. 1) Gain some points. 2) Gain points and deny the other girl from getting points.
... called a circle!
Seeing nowhere suitable to park up for the night we continued on to take our chances at another New Jersey state park, this time Cheesequake near Aberdeen. It couldn’t have been more of a contrast to the last one. The staff were friendly and helpful (and hadn’t gone home early), there were security barriers in place and the showers were clean. Unfortunately there was no electric hook-up, but hey, you can’t have everything.
... tradition with the ever-modernizing world. For all our concerns about safety and crime in West Africa, the twenty-plus people in the group traveling there for several months experienced only two minor crime incidents: Blair's pocket was picked in Dakar and Trudy's chain was ripped off in Douala. Perhaps the extensive precautions we took along the way contributed to this good record, but I'm impressed by how little rather than how much crime there is in ...