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... feel from the water. We were zipping along and the NYPD waved at us to slow down oops :-) While getting through New York we passed under at lest 8 bridges some with. freeway on top and subway underneath...crazy. We will stay one night in NYC on our way back.
We left the peace of the river to the rugged Long Island Sound oh my goodness 3 to 4 foot short choppy waves so bang bang bang we managed ...
... day…sometimes the clowns teamed up in a classroom and other times, they each went to their own classroom and did their own thing. As classes were letting out, we ambushed them in the hallways with juggling and hat tricks. Judging from how many kids they made laugh, I think it was the most effective one we did all day.
Too soon, the day was over and Pat ended up with a packed evening, so we said our goodbyes and took off for Bangor, PA. ...
... to The Atlantic Highlands where we will of course see the sea after 2 month but also catch the boat up the River Hudson into Manhattan. The plan then is to spend the afternoon cycling around New York City to catch some sights before resting at Jazz On The Park for the next two nights. Wow, it is almost all too much!
Miles Cycled: 60 for the last long day of cycling
Number of Times beeped at sworn at: once and Polly wanted to rip their heads ...
... beneficial for her to hear--moreso than our previously-planned church experience. It's neat that God changed plans for that.
After church, Mom took Kelsey and I to Applebee's, where we enjoyed another wonderful meal and conversation. We ran an errand at Target, hung out at our hotel, and introduced Mom to our van. She took pictures.
Later in the afternoon, we visited with the Kildows again. Kelsey found a comfy chair and a blanket, and was soon asleep. I did likewise on ...
... West Africa I believe my fears were largely unfounded and believe in retrospect that I could have easily traveled independently as well. I ended the trip holding some mixed feelings about group travel, though. The ease, security, and camaraderie of group travel are definite pluses, but the tradeoff is a somewhat sequestered experience of traveling in a cocoon and not meeting as many local people or being as fully immersed in the culture as when ...