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... so hung out and waited in a fast current fun for skipper. We were just going to turn back but it opened so off we went. It was really foggy but as we approached NYC and the East River the ceiling lifted still very cloudy but not thick pea soup! Going North up the East River was amazing the Statue of Liberty, Manhaton, Connie Island, Brooklyn we past it all. Lots of industrial buildings and barges ...
... led us to was a dead end street on a private drive. We sat there for a few minutes, contemplating what to do (there was no way I’d be able to turn around), but then our contact’s son came out to greet us. We’d heard from our contact a week ago and she said she’s been having some major health issues, so she had someone else lined up to work with us today. Her son directed us down a long driveway behind the houses that led to their well drilling ...
... quite a few diners, chrome sided.
There's a meat called pork roll, which you would eat as a sandwich. A pork roll and egg on a hard roll. They also have a thing for hard rolls.
Also, it's a bunch of towns with ambiguous boundaries because they are contiguous and continuous.
Tyrannus my friend had a wonderful house and his mom treated us like family. ...
... reunion to the Kildow's house, where we met up with Grandma. We hugged, and made introductions. Kelsey had never met Pam and Harold, and since we all will be sharing Thanksgiving together this year, it was nice to get the introductions out of the way now.
It had been a while since we'd sat on a couch in a home. We all sat around the living room and talked about our job, mostly, but also about anything. How great it was to be part of a larger conversation, filled with ...
... after having done so much travel in developing countries my view of anything above the level of a refugee camp has become, "It's not that bad," but except for young children there were fewer beggars than in many European or American cities and little evidence of malnutrition. This is not to suggest that most West African's lives aren't hard or that they do not have to make due with very little materially, but in most countries there were real signs of economic ...