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... than 20 miles down the road. After breakfast, I got back on I 84S. Shortly after I crossed the state line for New York, I passed another exit 19 and noticed a diner beside the road. I think that was the exit that Shannon actually intended for me to take as it was about an hour away. Good thing she was tied up elsewhere as we would have had breakfast together at different diners. Ha ha
I went from Conneticut, through New ...
... person had a dish to prepare. We sat down to a feast. It was all so good.
Finally it was time to say farewell to this group of friends. We had come together as strangers and were parting as friends. I am so glad I got to know them.
A special thank you to Werner for your kind note.
And special thank you's to David and Jan who let me use some of their pictures for this blog.
... operated drill with the screwdriver bit. I was feeling pretty proud of myself and Junior gently corrected me on some techniques so I could do a better job. Flexibility was the key in putting up the shelves as we had to change how to do it on the fly due to tightness of locations of the shelves. Others worked on bringing tables and supplies to the various homes the students would be visiting. They were ...
... was riding out of town I got a flat tire and stopped to fix it. After a mile of riding it was flat again because I missed a hole when I patched it. After another quick fix I was on my way to Winchester. About 20 miles after Winchester I crossed into Virginia. This was the first time I crossed into a state without the landscape ...
... Bridge. It was really quite interesting, George Washington carved his initials in it and then Thomas Jefferson later bought the property. It is a huge structure, and it is still privately owned. There are a lot of things to see there, caverns, a wax museum, and a primitive village. It was so hot that all we did is walk around and under the bridge.
We went back to the parkway and drove it to the end, we were going to ...