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We had already seen the golden domed Massachusetts State House that was closed on Saturday and the 1808 Park Street Church which was also closed today due to a wedding. This church is on the corner of the park and it's nickname is Brimstone Corner because they used to storage gunpowder in the crypt during the War of 1812 (and the fire and brimstone sermons preached as well we are sure). The first anti slavery sermon was ...
... maybe the yard wasn't as big as I remembered). After taking a few pictures, we got back on the road to Plymouth, and soon found the traffic.
We did get to Plymouth without too much trouble, going over the George Washington Bridge into Manhattan, then into the Bronx and Connecticut. We stopped at a service plaza in Connecticut for lunch, then continued on through Providence, RI into Massachussetts ...
... this ship was that carried crew of 20 and 102 Pilrims and all their gear… I could not have done it!
- For lunch we try a place called KKaties Burgers and WOW! This is a small sports bar but the burgers are incredible. They are ½ pound grade A Beef cooked perfectly pink. I had a Californian and Karen had a Blue Cheese ...
after, sue announced that any bunk who had had a birthday first session was to go to the dinning hall for cakes. so basically they give you a muffin and you put on the frosting on it and sprinkles and whatever...which is awesome - but made for 14 hyper campers
then it was back to the bunk as i was on duty :( sigh. it was a challange and a half to get them to sleep...but i finally did! then everyone came ...
... us. So I am with erica and allie :) When some people found out what they had they were crying! Craaazy people :p bunk 14 is like 13 and 14 year olds which is goood :) we were told to move in and unpack. I thought I had a lot of stuff - the americans took it to a whole new level! They have like carpets for around their beds and things to hold their shoes! Its like a mini house!! Hahaaa. Counsellors don't get their own ...