Cedars & Beeches
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... do that one of these days. After the brunch, we went to a park where there was the final concert of the Festival. A friend of my very good friend was playing and I got to spend some time with him. He played with Dizzy and Miriam Makeba and he lives in Paris and is a lovely person. He played in a group called The Three Solos--pronounced SooLoos, a common Malagasy name. They were very, very good.
It was very hot and the concert went on ...
... while Mark navigated. It was raining, but traffic not as heavy as anticipated. Down interstate 287 then south on the NJ Garden Route, before turning east along the shore to Highlands and a bridge over to the Sandy Hook peninsula. Mark had a drive north along the sand spit, into a disused military town at Fort Hancock.
We had a wander around in light drizzle, exploring a mortar battery, ...
Even world-travelers have to wash sometimes, so today is the day. Sometimes it's nice to just sit and do nothing so I am not too upset about being the designated washer today. Paul usually deftly dodges it. I remember in Europe the only time he had to do it, the laundromat actually charged less for them to do it for you than doing it yourself, so he got off cheap then too! Anyway, Paul has some running around to do and since it is raining, it is a perfect day to sit in ...
Woke up around 7am, and saw Warren had been up and opened all the doors and the retic was still on. John got up, and then Warren appeared, and made coffee and eggs and toast for breakfast. We sat after breakfast, talking for a long time and looking at the photos he'd taken during our Trafalgar trip - they were really good. He also showed us more photos of Jennifer and an album she'd made with all photos from when she was a small ...
... the dinosaurs we entered the planetarium. Tom was very excited about this bit, I was nervous about how Adalia would cope in a darkened room with planets soaring around. It was pretty impressive, and she coped ok. Whenever she was worried she would bury her head in my chest. Samuel was somewhat terrified. And to be honest it was pretty scary. The chairs would shake whenever a meteor came near you, and the narrator had a big booming voice. Not ...