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... bags of Fancy Feast. Our kitty sitters will check in on them every day, plus we have our friend Richard who will come and sit with them once in a while, my friend Sue who will be in charge of paying bills, my friend Patty who will be stopping by once she has surgery on her broken shoulder, although she just may be stopping ...
... up. Good to have those taken care of.
November 14th – Friday – A busy day. We were up early and Layla was here at 8 to give us both haircuts. She is such a character—New York Italian! She left and we talked until time to take him to the airport and he will be home in a bit over an hour. Leaving there I went to 3 places looking for suitcases. Phil gave me $$$ for my birthday to buy them. I found a set I liked and bought ...
... to build because the land was owned by the city of Cambridge who were incredibly pedantic about the plans. It took 80 sets of plans before they approved them. We saw Harvard Hall on our left - this is the oldest hall but not the oldest building. In fact, this is the 3rd Harvard Hall as the other 2 burnt down. Opposite is Massachusetts Hall, which was completed in 1720 and is where the President of Harvard lives (at the moment this is a woman which is a 1st ...
... there are numerous stops I could go to, and I was booked on a photo walk at 10am that had a meeting point of Massachusetts State House at Boston Common. It was a little early to head straight there though, so I jumped off at Haymarket and head to Faneuil Hall / Quincy Market for breakfast: bagels and OJ. There's not much open this early, so I walk some of Boston's Freedom Trail in the direction of Boston ...
... they took the coconut to go an find help. As part of the life guard training I did we had to tow two people; it's so hard that it was not part of the test, you only cover it in training! Well impressed! JFK wrote on the coconut 'NAURO ISI...COMMANDER...NATIVE KNOWS POS'IT...HE CAN PILOT...11 ALIVE...NEED SMALL BOAT...KENNEDY.' The other exhibit on display was part of the Berlin Wall. This side was covered in the famous graffiti but an employee informed me that the other side ...
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