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... was mostly sunny when I went in, but by the time I came out about two hours later, it was overcast and drizzly ... as you can 'see' from my photo of Lady Liberty ...
In fact, every time I have been to NYC the Statue has been obscured ... the first time, by brown haze from large bushfires upriver, the second by intermittent rain ... and the third by, well, intermittent drizzle. Bugger.
Oh well, maybe another day <sigh> or not.
... 40 feet below the reflecting pools, where you can see the foundations (all that is left) of WTC1 and WTC2. You must go see this because words cannot describe this experience. I have posted a couple of picture of artifacts that you can see at the bottom level of the museum. Mary's Version: I kept thinking, and telling Greg and Steve, how terrified and lonely the people at Ellis Island must have been. You are in a completely new country, you most likely don't speak ...
... people everywhere yelling and screaming for their team. Our seats were located on the second level second row from the front with a perfect view of the game. We didn't manage to catch any foul balls but there were so many during the game. They seem to go through so many balls we estimated seeing around 50 balls thrown into the crowd after a few plays. One batter launched his bat about 30m back into the crowd after hitting the ball. A ...
... to enter the new unlock code. This is not constantly the situation, however, so do make certain to study the directions.
And there you have it ladies and gents, your phone will be unlocked to any community. This really should also raise the resale value of your telephone simply because now it is not restricted to just one particular community service provider any longer.
Proper chain slack should be 1 1/2 - 2'' (38-50mm) at the end of the chain guide. A relatively accurate way to check is to put two fingers in between the chain and chain guide; it should be pressing on them if it's tightened properly. After the chain is tightened to spec on the left side, do the same thing on the right side. There are marks on the axle blocks and swing-arm. Adjust the right side so that the notch is in the ...