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... me on a long drive round the town so I could see providence a bit before we headed out. We were making a pit stop by his daughters as its his granddaughters birthday party. Before that he took me to the American equivalent of pound land which was dollar tree! Literally everything was a dollar so basically 50p! I stocked up yet again on sweets but not for me this time! All the American ones that either are the same at home ...
Many of our friends do not have Facebook, so I am sorry for the duplicate story for those of you that have Facebook and follow our blog. BUT, yes, our little Molly has passed on. She was 15 years old and still looked like a toy.
Our hearts are torn, and we are going through a very sad time in our lives. It is hard to believe that a little 4-legged animal could put such a hole in your life. Molly had been getting weaker and unsteady on her paws for ...
... we went through Rhode
Island, stopping for lunch at a park (not the nicest area but safe
enough as long as we ate in sight of the RV) and onto Jellystone Park
in Sturbridge MA. The plan was two days here to recharge and shower
again. They have two pools, one free and one paid plus a few other
activities which we'll do tomorrow. It was hot enough to swim as very
hot so a few of us did in free pool while the rest of us enjoyed the
air conditioning ...
... backpack i may need for a 4 day 26 mile hike up to Machu Pichu I will be doing I realized I needed to start thinking about packing immediately so i can decide which backpack to buy. I want to be able to bring everything I need but not have too much luggage to be carrying around. The less I bring the better and less stressful the trip will be.
This final ...
... direction; I hadn’t saved any time by walking, but at least I’d taken a few more steps than I would have if I’d stayed put.
The town was more of a village, a four-hundred-year-old one at that, and had just a handful of shops, many of them closed for the season already, but the windy conditions were made up for by the gorgeous sunshine and a nice cup of tea at Menemsha Café. I took a few pictures of the whaling statue and the many fishing ...