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... but had to go back because one of them had started taking in water. They had not even set off from Plymouth to start with but because of all the false starts had got dwindled down to one ship and eventually had made their way to Plymouth and with extra passengers set off from Plymouth. They had intended to head to the Hudson river but because of weather couldn't make it and also were more than a month late had to camp ...
... it was dropped in 1999 due to environmental concerns. Rees Jones, the son of Robert Trent Jones, began helping to redesign some of the holes at Montauk Downs in 2002. Renovations have included moving back tee boxes to lengthen holes and bring hazards back into play (accounting for recent advances in equipment that allow balls to be hit further distances), reconstructing the bunkers and installing a new irrigation system. 11:42 AM Teams are drawn for the final round, we are in ...
... Groton Long Point, Noank, Mystic, and Stonington. We also saw some beautiful homes and cottages along the way.
September 13, we transitioned to Black Bear Campground in Florida, NY.
September 14, we moved from Florida to the West Chester/Philadelphia ...
... piece of fish on a bun with lettuce and tomato, and a large cup of clam chowder. The flaky fish was lightly battered so that it was not greasy. The chowder was also very good. Good food and lots of it!
After lunch, we drove to Narragansett Pier. We looked for a pier, but could not find one. Instead, we found a beautiful old stone gate to the city, and a very nice beach.
We then drove back to the campground. Another gorgeous ...
... Robin Williams and Matt Damon share a gut-wrenching scene sitting on a park bench in downtown Boston Public Gardens. By the time Deanne and I drove down there, mere hours after the news of his death, Bostonian fans of Robin Williams had already descended upon the bench and created a make-shift shrine with flowers and quotes from the movie chalked onto the encircling pathways. A fellow was feverishly handing out leaflets for a crowd-funding project to place a bronze statue of ...