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... to keep walking after we got back to the castle. So what could I do but just begin our little trek to the zoo! I looked it up and it was only 1 mile from the castle. N was in our hiking backpack/carrier. This trip has been a good workout for me so far! But it beats wrangling a tired toddler and worrying about safety around cars and such. And in my mind it also beats having a stroller but not being able to handle all of my own ...
Hello Again! Wednesday.
All the Witnesses staying here in this hotel at East Rutherford were divided into manageable groups (in our instance one bus load - say 50/60? people), to be looked after by assigned congregations for a morning of field service. We went to Mariners Harbour Congregation on Staten Island. You would have heard of this because this is where the Society's radio station WBBR operated from ...
I got an email while I sit here in the Philly airport from the historian who is helping me in Plettenberg. He sent links to the Plettenberg paper which features a story on my father and my search for him, and another link to the local website with a similar story. They have found the building where my father had his aid station. Wow, this is going to be ...
... for the night before we travel up to NYC on Monday morning for the last leg of the trip. He seems really happy and well, but I'll feel better when we're traveling together again.
So Philadelphia is everything I hoped for and more, can't wait for the wedding party to visit - it's just so awesome! I've had an almost permanent smile on my face... it's starting to hurt. So I climbed off the plane (half an hour early, how can that happen?!) ad picked ...
... but a map of Korea of the 1890's showing places where my Halm grandfather traveled, probably on foot, with descriptions of sites, hotels and restaurants he visited. I had heard he was a traveling school teacher who had met my grandmother in Seoul in 1903-1904 before escaping to Honolulu to make a new life.
Upon landing in Washington, DC or any U.S. port of entry, I always get a lump in my throat when I see the Stars and Stripes, happy to be back in the ...