Wilson House Bed And Breakfast
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... Gettysburg Battlefield, and the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall in Philadelphia among them. Somehow we missed Fort McHenry on the trips.
Fort McHenry is on a peninsula in Baltimore Harbor where 200 years ago on September 13-14, 1814 Francis Scott Key wrote the Star-Spangled Banner as he witnessed the British bombardment but unsuccessful conquest of the fort. That was part of the War of 1812 between Britain and the still rather young United ...
... great news that Adam & Megan just had their second little boy.
Had time to squeeze in a visit with Sue, awesome time catching up while having a healthy & delicious meal at brother Lee's restaurant, Leelynn's. Thanks Lee for comping the tasty meal! Sue sent us off with homemade hummus and gluten free chips & pretzels to snack on.
I took the Surly out for several long rides down memory lane. ...
Day one in Johns Hopkins, the area where initial work had been undertaken into Rapid Response Teams in children's hospitals of America. I had an extremely short walk from the accommodation to the hospital passing 5 security guard posts along the way. After a tour around the hospital I spent the day shadowing the PICU nursing team and chatting to their nurse who responds to Rapid Response Team calls, their ...
... never get it done. With this in mind I trekked out of the dock area and through Little Italy to the tattoo museum who would do what I wanted there and then for $200. The original plan was to shop around to find out what the going rate is, but once I was there I was there! I spent a solid twenty minutes picking out the font I wanted then the guy went away and came back with the design all stenciled out, where we went through the sizing, placement and all that ...
... knowing that the museum is next to the airport. Then, a toll booth appears. Traffic to the airport is exempt, but of course traffic to everything else out there (including the museum) is subject to the toll. OK, we pay the toll and continue rolling along. Then, the scam is perfected when you have to pay toll to get off the road. So, they literally get you coming and going. Of course, this entire process ...