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... the look of tumbleweeds. To the rich prosperous town of Princeton famed for its university, a very wealthy town. Cycled past the Philly to New York canal through the small countryside belt lasted for about 15 miles before we were back in Suburbia. Made it into the suburbs of Philadelphia at 8:30 in the evening, caught a train for the last bit of the trip to the centre of Philly. Very sore knees and butt from the marathon of a cycle ride. We hadn't ...
I woke up at 5 AM this morning to leave Pittsburgh, but I could here her calling to me the entire time, Don't go, don't go, don't go. Stay here with meeeee.
Or maybe that was just the bed calling me. I'm not really sure.
Seriously though, despite what happened with the game, I really liked Pittsburgh and I thoroughly enjoyed my time there. I really didn't want to leave. Part of me wanted to stay an extra day. ...
... the gallery.
After this excellent tour, we were on our own to explore the museum, and could take a city bus back to the hotel whenever we wanted to. The bus was paid for as part of the program, by the way. Anyhow, the museum was great. There was art from around the world, even a medieval monastery courtyard and a Japanese tea house, all inside the building. There was so much I could have seen, but ...
... fun. The games were good and seeing Roddick play since he is retired was good.
I had a day off on Thursday this week which was good since I was able to go the Philadelphia Phillies baseball game. I have never been able to go to the baseball all my times in America so I was excited to get the chance to actually see a game. This game was even more exciting though as it was a fireworks game, so after the game there would be 15-20 minutes of fireworks which I ...
... with the curious community members about the project.
Another big project throughout the week was working in Overington Park. The team mulched young saplings and flowerbeds to help the young plants grow and blossom uninhibited by weeds, and trimmed up tree branches that were beginning to hang too low for walking or mowing beneath. Members of the team particularly enjoyed using the long-handled saw to cut high up branches, as well as seeing the fruits of our work: a ...