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... of the supplies can be seen in the photoI have also made a couple travel arrangements:
- Flight from JFK to Auckland
- Flight from Christchurch to Adelaide
- Flight from Adelaide to Melbourne
- New Zealand Intercity 60 hour Flexi bus pass
- Australian Grey Hound hop on hop off bus pass
- Australian 3 ...
... we were even able to help the team make John Cabot University Athletics history. Unfortunately, the season doesn't end completely until the Spring, so we will sadly not be able to participate in playoffs.
In my semester at John Cabot University, I was able to expand my knowledge by taking my sixth year of Spanish, by taking my first ever art class (Renaissance Art is the most excruciatingly boring topic and I recommend it to nobody), by taking yet another interesting semester ...
... was still...have I mentioned this before?.........extremely muggy.
Then we headed through downtown Lenox as we worked our way back to Route 20. As we left town we went past Tanglewood. Summer home of the Boston Pops. The crowds were just arriving for an afternoon concert. Maybe next summer. We are into our third day. Three days and I am still less than 3 hours from home. It is so great to slow down and take your time. No tolls..No real traffic problems (except for ...
... was established in 1791 and was the third of 19 Shaker villages across the northeastern United States. The Shakers closed the village in the 1960s as the religion was dying out. I guess that’s what happens when a religion that preaches celibacy is no longer able to recruit from a dwindling supply of orphaned children.
Hancock is the first Shaker village I’ve visited. I guess I’m quite intrigued by the ...
... building is 220 feet tall at its highest point, and it is one of ten U.S. State Capitols that does not have a domed roof. The building, completed in 1899 at a cost of $25 million (worth approximately half a billion current dollars), was the most expensive government building of its time.
After touring the Capitol building we headed back to the service center. Our coach was in the bay and the transfer switch was being ...