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We arrived back in the USA today. We deeply appreciate your answered prayers for safe travels and protection. We returned safe and sound with just a hint of sensitive stomachs...and you know what.
We firmly believe that what we dreamed about doing was accomplished. We taught and shared our God-given talents with almost ...
... cool to walk through. Most of the exhibits were geared toward showing how she lived, though they did talk about how the stars on our flag were originally supposed to be six-pointed stars, not five-pointed stars. Also, did you know that Betsy Ross didn't actually design the flag? It was Francis Hopkinson, one of the signers of the Declaration.
After leaving the Betsy Ross House, I walked over to the Federal Reserve of Philadelphia. I had walked past it on my ...
... to Hollywood Studios. The time being 1800 meant we had missed most of the shows. A quick recalculation and the fact we were lucky enough to be on the bus that went to Epcot also meant I finally got onto the test track ride and second flight of soaring. A great day packed with water thrills sun burn and an open topped race at 65 mph. Awesome!! Day seven of an amazing week didn't disappoint. With our first stop being typhoon lagoon. The water parks being very similar. Except ...
-- along the river, there's a place called "boathouse row" with lots of large houses, all seemingly built in the 1860s or 1870s, that house various crews.
-- we weren't impressed with the architecture of the Barnes Institute, even though we were predisposed to like it. The wood windows with small panes seemed out of place
... Mike and I might try a CAPing event there. Anyway, they hosted a day for painting fences, gardening, picking up trash, and painting murals, etc. for the school campus. My team got involved with the mural painting, which is probably not what you're thinking it is! The mural was actually drawn on a couple sheets of special paper and numbered - like a paint by number. After it's done, it's sealed to a wall with a special adhesive that graffiti is also easily ...