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Forgot to mention that Jean attended Woodstock in 1969. She said it was the "greatest", except when you had to go to the bathroom. The lines were long, very long. You had to plan well ahead!! Mike said it's like painting a bridge, when you're done you have to start all over again.
After visiting Bethel, we drove over to Scranton, PA to visit Steamtown National Historic Site. We had been here some ...
... very humid. We took a one hour bus tour of the campus, stopping at the Cadet Chapel, the Plain (parade grounds), and Trophy Point, overlooking the Hudson River. Lots and lots of history here. Drove back to the coach and Janet dropped me off, and she continued down to Morristown, George Washington's winter camp. We all met up and Rick and Wendy's house for ...
... makes you feel, needless to say I was incredibly honored to have gone there. Josh and I then wandered up through Tribecca, into SoHo and to the Wooster St Social Club, which is the store that New York Ink is based in. We're both big fans so it was pretty cool to walk in and have a look around. No new tattoos on either of us! Our first New York subway ride uptown and we were back at our hotel! Before sunset we ventured to Central Park and had a wander around. It's HUGE ...
... we liked, and decided this would be a good place to get some unique art for the house. Dave was digging these bright, contemporary square stained glass pieces and so I got them for him for his birthday. I found an artist a really liked who did a lot of prints of crows and feel in love with this one specific print and had to have it. A bookstore in the market called Crow Bookshop (a "crow"-incidence?) was displaying Stephen King's new ...
... Martin, Jenna Fischer (from the American Office) and Edie Brickell. Steve Martin and Edie Brickell played a song from their new album. It was a fantastic show. On our way back from The Ed Sullivan theatre we paused at Tkts (a discount ticket booth in the middle of Times Square) to see if there were any discount broadway shows for our final night in Manhattan. The man at the ticket booth suggested we get tickets to a new off broadway show called "Newsical the Musical" so ...
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