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... talked to the two of them at the event that night. They met while working at a Starbucks and after some time decided to combine their experience and skills and open the shop. They knew very little about business or anything like that, just wanted to do it, so with the guidance of the Center for Women, they are up and running. One runs it full time and one works another job and works part time at the coffee shop. Then I found out that ...
... place as the ferry. It's hard to imagine that planes actually landed on there out at sea. We walked around the flight deck and went up to the bridge. We also got to tour a submarine so we had a big day at Patriot's Point.
The weather has been beautiful the past few days, in the 70's with a slight breeze. Big change ...
... it DID seem strange. So, I got permission from the driver to take a picture. Just wish I'd have thought to ask about the passenger. I'll always wonder.
Later, while sitting in our RV and sharing my experiences of the morning over a cup of coffee with Larry, the RV gave a sudden, very hard jolt. A very quiet spoken little old lady had just run into the entry steps to our RV with her car. Larry said to her " I think I can fix my steps but your car has ...
... Civil war started here, so that makes it an important place to see for Americans.
There are bits and pieces of everything here. Old historic houses, a harbour foreshore, plenty of shops and restaurants and so on. They are all nice enough, but it feels very cosmopolitan and very wealthy. In short it feels very different to the Deep South I've been talking about so far.
The fact that it is tourism number one also means the prices for everything rise ...
... Chief, once had a vasectomy performed on him while at sea on a six-month deployment in the Indian Ocean.
The flight deck, where the planes land, is much shorter and narrower than you would imagine, and signage noted that the pilots also had to account for the ship’s heave – the constant up and down motion – and sway – the constant side-to-side motion – when landing. I, too, had to account for both heave and sway once, but that was ...