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... the campgrounds, that did have room, wanted a 3 night minimum. Jess and Pete were leaving on Sunday to visit Pete’s family, so it didn’t make sense for us to stay, so we just headed home.
We got there about 4:00 and avoided most of the Holiday traffic. We were delighted to see that ...
... comforted, motivated, and supported me in so many ways throughout the long 7 months. My "Road Family" grew larger by the day and I am still in amazement over the true generosity of our American people. When I really needed help I rarely asked for it... but somehow, in some way, help always came my way.
The WE includes more friends than I knew I had from back home and many new ones from all over the States. I was overwhelmed daily at the genuine ...
... Common Park was amazing. It has bridges and people floating in the pond. We sat under a tree to cool down for a bit before heading across the street to the original cheers pub. The cheers TV was filmed here and now it is a big tourist site. We bought a mug from there as a souvenir. After some more walking, we went to Beacon Hill. Beacon Hill was very quiet and had a lot of brick buildings that must have had some really rich people living there. ...
Last night, some good friends at work threw me a campfire pizza party to wish me luck on my tour. A week ago, I had another awesome gathering with some of the Daniels family and many of the girls from the office department. There are many reasons why Normandy Farms keeps getting voted as the best campground in the country. #1 - They have the best people.
... in them so the papers reduced it to "SOX"....hence the now "Boston Red Sox".
This building was over 100 years old. The big wall holding the score board, now known as "Green Monster" didn't come about until much later when the players kept hitting home runs over the small 12 foot fence that closed off the field. Just so happens that there was a nice new car dealership right there.....many cars with broken windshields were bought by Fenway Park for a couple ...