Jones Street Guesthouse
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... clean up, tool assistants etc. This is a great way to expose young people to a world where they contribute to something a lot bigger than them selves.
Everyone was designated different roles and assignment for the day that they had to complete. I was painting for the whole day, which I was quite happy about because i worked as a painter for 1 year back in Australia. So this was quite natural and easy for me, which meant I could do ...
... glory of golden yellow, oranges, rusty browns, red, green & all shades in between. I think there's so many colours because of all different types of trees beech, oaks, aspens, maples & many many more! Makes driving a joy!
To save our sanity we looked for a campground outside New York City. At the KOA Campground near Newburgh they are used to campers who want to visit New York. They were ...
You'd think one would need more than six hours to see all the main tourist attractions in New York, turns out this is not true.
We arrived in New York at tthe crack of dawn, the sun had barely risen but what had was so beautiful. East coast sunrises are worth the travel time and uncomfortable sleeping arrangements. In about half an hour we had arrived in Manhattan, its 630AM and the streets are ...
... while I got off to find the bathroom. For some reason, about ten yards from the bus, I turned around and looked at the bus, noting in particular the markings on the bus; a very beneficial move. Emerging from the station I quickly noted the bus was no longer where I had left it, but rather driving away from me. Did I miss the bus somewhere in New Jersey? Then I remembered Leslie was still on the bus. She would have literally torn into ...
... chocolate. So. good. Doughnut perfection. Now I was full, but I wasn't about to leave. I went out to the soccer pier and found a shady bench with a fantastic view. There weather was nice in the shade so I sat there taking in the scenery and people watching until I got hungry again. When I went back for round two it was even more crowded. A little bit chaotic, but everyone was on a mission! I didn't want anything hot because I ...