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... the store and bought a neat navy and white bird house. I can't wait to get home and see it in our yard.
Around four o'clock, we began the trek toward Philadelphia. Clay called his friend, Andrew Carber, from Clemson who lives in Philadelphia to see if they could meet up while we were in town. Andrew and his parents invited us to dinner at Pudges for REAL Philly cheesesteaks. They were delicious! ...
This is my last blog entry. Included are miscellaneous photos of the trip.
We were glad to be able to represent all of our friends and workers in the United Church of God at John Ross Schroeder's funeral. In the process of being there for this very sad event for the Jan and all the Schroeder family AND all the people who knew John and his hard work for decades, it was still a journey into time and ...
... Very glad we got this flight, because time was rather tight getting from domestic to international in Sydney. After going through all the usual security/customs procedures - the nice man at customs decided that Dad must have been coming with us to keep us all on the straight and narrow - we had only minutes before boarding our long-haul flight to Dallas.
Really don't want to be a whinging tourist, but the first disappointment was ...
... multicoloured houses. We popped into a tiny little museum in one of the converted houses, and carried on through, walking back past Christ Church to find a store to buy some stuff for dinner.
We got back to the hostel fairly late and were finally allowed to check in. We hauled our bags up the narrow staircase to the one room, and were shocked to see that there were 28 beds there. We'd booked for a dorm room, but there was only supposed to be 12 beds - this place ...