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October 12, 2014
Our night was again comfortable and we slept well. When we got back to the motorhome after shopping at Walmart we discovered that the self-inflating mat we bought was for a mummy bag. We wanted a rectangular one. Also, the voltage inverter we bought needed to be bigger to properly charge the computer. So....we returned all purchases made the night before, except the eggs, and bought a bigger inverter that might also work for our ...
... truffles. I wish they would open a store in Keller. I would quit my job and manage it for them. I got myself a box of truffles and then set out to see more of the neighborhood that I hadn't seen yet. There were a lot of people out in Williamsburg today, probably because there are so many places to socialize and just about every place has brunch until 4pm. I can deal with sweltering heat or large crowds of people, but not both. ...
... somewhere on the trip.
Since there was still time left in the afternoon, we jumped on the bus to tour Harlem and Central Park. I was surprised at how many separate playgrounds there were for children in the park. It was neat to see how the park was designed to include areas for sports, a small zoo, bike trails, areas for yoga, small ponds, etc. It was certainly well designed. Since I teach about the Great Migration and the ...
... which started at 5:30pm (we arrived there at 5:10pm).
As it was lovely and warm, we took a pew at the back and relaxed listening to the rehearsal and then stayed until 6:15pm when we left to head towards the Rockefeller Center.
We were a good half hour early for our ticketed time, but were allowed to go straight up. Fantastic we thought........... No lines for the lifts, and the top was virtually deserted!! However, we soon realised ...
Hey my dearest,
directly after my mom, my friend Kathi came to visit me for 6 days. It was her first time in New York so there was a loooooot to see for her. I was still in the middle of my internship and also did two workshops at the time which didn't give me as much time as I was hoping for. But we for sure used our time and made the best of it.
Our favorite event was the basketball game Brookln Nets ...
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