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... s. That said, I'm still pretty slow to get running so I think I ended up hitting the road around 11am. I didn't stop to see any of Boston but I did sort of kind of drive through it. And under it. It's weird. The major roads basically cut through the city and tunnel under buildings. Everyone there also drives about 15 miles over the speed limit. That makes me like Boston quite a bit, without even seeing the place.
... Unfortunately the ****er broke down and we never managed to ride it! A number but we still had a load of other incredible rides. First we hit El Torro, a extreme wooden roller coaster that felt way too fast for just wood. Ed and I somehow linked our arms after having our hands up then ******** ourselves. Ed even shed blood by slamming his arms down to hold ...
... animals roaming freely, white tigers, kangaroo, black bears, giraffe, rhino, elephants. There were even ostriches racing one another. They were hilarious! After our eye opening safari we located the many rollercoasters. The park is enormous containing a whole variety of coasters. With the tamer ones enjoyed first, all could participate. With not much of a queue we were on the rides in minutes. We first enjoyed the log flume, getting the ...
... stall. We went to James Fallon Elementary School. Additions have been made and the playground area is much smaller. We continued driving around the area, to Paterson, past the falls, and around to St Joes Hospital. The old building is still there, but multistory buildings have been added next to it. We continued through Fairlawn, stopping at a bakery that still had German-style treats. I bought some cookies. Everything smelled so good. Meandering back ...
I've often fantasized about winning the lottery, taking a stack of hundred dollar bills into my office and slapping my boss across the face, announcing my resignation. In my fantasy my husband, Steve and I would pack up our 2 year old pug, Mahone and set off on a cross country adventure, stopping any and everywhere along the way. We would see the largest ball of string, the ...
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