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... makes any sense. I felt a sense of triumph as we walked home, as though I reclaimed a bit of my identity back that morning. We’re still figuring out how to balance who we are with our lives on the show and today was an important step in doing so.
Fridman finished the door about 30 minutes after we got back and I’ll tell you what: I don’t think our door has EVER worked correctly. It opens and closes so quietly and gently now ...
... by staying out of the way so he could cuss at it under his breath and take his anger out on the pipes with his hack saw.
But his patience won out today...he completely replaced both holding tank valves and all of the piping from the tanks to where we dump. The pipe that we connect the dumping hose to is now inside the compartment instead of hanging down below, which we like a lot better. And ...
... shower house, so we luxuriated in a couple of long, hot showers and went to sleep.
The next morning, our sponsor contact, Rhea, picked us up and drove us to each of the events she had scheduled...between doing programs at a couple of schools (we were supposed to do a third, but she had the wrong time written down, so we missed them) and visiting businesses/ticket sellers, she kept us busy for most of the day!
One school had John ...
... guard dog.
We stopped by a daycare to see if they would mind a 20 minute clown show (we’ve learned daycares can NEVER resist a break from their kids) and J.P. did two shows in two different classrooms…the kids had just woken up from their naps, so they were a bit bleary-eyed at first, but by the end they were all laughing and having fun.
The firemen were impressed with the amount of flyers we were able to hand out that afternoon, ...
The circus has a sponsor in Pawnee, but they told the office they didn't have anything specifically scheduled for John and me today, so we were on our own this morning. Once we got into town, we realized why they said there wasn't a morning's worth of events...
Pawnee is a quiet little town, with a tiny downtown and not many people around. There were a few older gentlemen sitting outside of the sports bar, but that was about ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed