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So the first tattoo convention we went to was in Reading pennsylvania and was a good time! The second giant one however was in Wildwood New Jersey, straight 4 hr ride and was amaing! The address was 4051 boardwalk (I believe) wildwood convention center and it was right on the boardwalk... I'm hoping to be able to return there soon for a small get away vacation and just be able to put all of our **** behind us... Oh would be ...
... look at it after we showed up, and stated that there was no way he had the labor, expertise, equipment, or facility to fix a broken slide. Didn’t we explain this in detail BEFORE he agreed to look at it: a broken slide that would not deploy correctly and a bedframe that snapped in half?
While waiting for our RV “Bubba” to confirm his incompetence, we took the time to visit the Joseph L. Poop Jr. Butterfly Conservatory. This was a very quirky ...
While we were talking at the Maple stand, the guy next to us said immediately, "Are you from New Zealand?". Which was unusual as 99% of the people ask Australia or England.
He takes us over to his wife who is from Napier! Finally found a New Zealander here.
... was the retreat for New Yorkers over summer and built fantastic mansions bordering the river where they entertained their guests over summer. All built in the guilded age of late 1800's where status was important in the social ladder.
We arrived just in time for a couple of County Fairs and a BBQ contest during the week we were here. Food trucks and carnivals rides ...
... County Laws organization that utilizes research based
knowledge through their partnership with Cornell University. This
information is disseminated through their on-going community programming
in the areas of Agriculture, Horticulture, 4-H Youth Development,
Family and Consumer Science and Environmental programs held throughout