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... out how to download them this will be just an online diary for now. Sorry everyone. So mid to late morning we headed off to see "Ford House." Patrick and Zander stayed home to finish off their homework and they were probably grateful for the peace and quiet! "Ford House" was George Washington's home for six months in the coldest winter on record in the New Jersey area. Apparently it was so cold that the Hudson River actually froze. Our tour guide ...
Sorry for the delay with this blog.... i've been too busy partying to update you all.... it's non stop!
So re-cap - i'm currently in Ringoes, NJ (New Jersey) about 30 minutes outside of Princeton staying with the Wilkinson family, they're an awesome family, and they are non-stop, always on the go, they're incredibly busy people! But i'm loving spending time here!
1). - PARTY PARTY PARTY
Since i've been here.. wow just looked ...
My first ever Wedding!
Had a wonderful time. Kim and Andy looked so beautiful. Kim's dress was amazing!
The wedding was at a Vineyard. The details of the wedding were so lovely:
. The bathrooms had mints, tissues, hand cream, hair spray, and lots more.
. The place cards for dinner were hanging up in a tree with our name and table ...
... were relaxing at the airfield. Rather exciting. After this it was back over the Dellaware at Frenchtown and back to Bedminster for a BBQ and some much needed zed's.
The day was going to be a trip up the Hudson River at 1100ft in a Piper Archer piloted by Phil. Unfortunately the weather gods had other plans as the morning broke with rain and clouds in abundance. Not to be deterred, Captain Phil kept a weather eye on the forecasts and ...
... years and just recently received a grant to build a new facility. Each student has his/her own teacher and the goal is to acclimate them to social situations and build their confidence so that they can attend public schools someday. John did a brief program for them and then we invited the kids to come up and practice juggling and play the various musical instruments that he has while he made each of them a balloon animal.