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... the Sacred Heart. It is the church for the campus and serves as the mother church of the Congregation of Holy Cross and the Seminary students. I had been inside St. Peter's in NYC which was impressive but where that one was dark and very large this was bright and smaller. It could also be that it didn't have skyscrapers crowding around it. Tuesday - this is our last day here before we head to Ohio and the temperature gauge in the motor home showed ...
... plant and a sawmill with a 5 foot saw blade (yikes -- watch those fingers). The museum sits on 155 acres with a beautiful pond. While walking around I saw a swan (I think) and a flock of geese (again I think) on the pond (see the ...
... and a sign for $1.85 a pound. I hope this didn’t include the ones we ate as we picked them; it was impossible to not eat any of nature’s tiny delicacies. We picked the berries until we could no longer stand the mosquitoes biting, and as we headed back to the condo, I thought about how I love the concept of the honor system. Then I wished I had added an extra bit of change for the berries in our bellies. ...
How you doing!? Greetings from Chicago. I have just had a 19hr train journey because it was delayed but was v interesting to say the least, will come on to that. So my last few days in NY. The Cribbs were a great band and i felt rather special being an English person watching them.Got chatting to a few people who made me feel welcome which was good. Before i forget Tom - Ha Ha Ha Ha. The place i watched the Cribbs was called thr Mercury club in East ...
... and attempt to bail or fall off his Segway three times. He didn't know how to stop, which I blame on him probably not listening when they were teaching him how to use it :) He would jump off when he got going too fast and couldn't stop and then the Segway would kind of drag him along. This was the most hilarious thing on the whole trip. Once he got the hang of it everything was good and we were off. We toured three museum grounds, Buckingham Fountain ...