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... without something to read. After a few false starts, we finally found a large bookstore who fortunately had the next books in the series that he is reading.
With that taken care of, it was back into the car for a half-our drive back the other way towards a place called Stonington Borough, a small village that happens to be where my second cousin, Ann Kolker, keeps her boat. We met her for lunch ...
Houston, we've got a problem. Graduation is looming overhead in 5 months. I have a fully packed bleacher of people rooting on my future endeavors telling me "YEAHH YOURE GOING TO DO STUFF!" And the occasional "DANI DANI DANI, WITH THE NICEST FANNY" (American definition of fanny, not English you wonderful, twisted *****) that mom has been destroying my social repertoire with since 3rd grade organized sports. Now that the "Friday night lights" ...
... it also made me chuckle.
From there, it was a much easier route as we followed the Connecticut coastline, although we did wander a little ways inland so that I could fly over Westport, where my mom grew up and I spent time at my grandparents' place. From the air, there wasn't much that I could recognize with certainty, except a place called the North Main Garage, which was right next to the donut shop that I had so loved as a kid.
... amazing dinner view. Mystics centre was quaint with idyllic old buildings, a picturesque draw bridge, interesting little shops, good food and a surprising amount of places to get a drink. This all in all provided a great little rural escape to break up the copious amount of cities we had coming, so the next few days we hired bikes to explore, sampled more of the amazing seafood and enjoyed the local beer before we headed to ...
... over. Our nouveau riche are not to be outdone by the olde riche. Yachters have lots of water to sail in, Narragansett Bay on one side of Newport and Rhode Island Sound on the other. And sailing seems to be a passion as we witnessed a large flock of budding sailors out on the water by Fort Adams where there's a sailing school, and ...