Courtyard Boston Norwood
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... Mexico; Tinkertown Museum outside of Albuquerque; Carlsbad Caverns NP; Visit with the Moore's at San Antonio Missions including the Alamo plus the Riverwalk; Visits with the Frank Moller Jr. family and Dan and Jesse outside of Houston, TX; New Orleans, LA; Visit with Frank Moller Sr. and Caroline at Great Smokey Mountain NP; Visit with Sandy Lacroix at Shenandoah NP. Longest day of driving: probably New Orleans to Smokey Mountains (about 11 hours) ...
... tour is completely free ... you get about 15-20 minutes of some really interesting factoids about the Sam Adams brand and their brewing methods and then three pretty full samples; we got to try the Boston Lager, the Summer Ale (my favorite,) and an IPA that is not currently on the market. Our guide was awesome and it was just a fun start to our Boston experience.
After getting settled into our second airbnb room (which was conveniently located only a couple ...
We got up the next morning to rain and cloudy skies in New York. Weather reports called for rain most of the day and even getting worse at night. As Dave drove us toward New Haven Connecticut, I found out that the Boston Red Socks game I had tickets for that night was cancelled and rescheduled for the following day. I was so bumbed, realizing that we weren't going to end our trip in Fenway Park as planned. Facing reality, we made new plans to hang out in Boston as best ...
Today is the last day I am 25, a quarter of a century. Tomorrow is my golden birthday, because I turn 26 on the 26th of April. It's been a birthday that I’ve looked forward to all my life, and here it comes! Gold is my favorite color and sparkles are my favorite accessory to any outfit. But before I move on, let me give gratitude to the year of 25.
For almost a year, I’ve been volunteering through the karma yoga program ...
... only about 2 fish.
We then got back in the kayaks and paddled back to Kailua. It was even faster getting back because the wind was at our back and pushed us toward shore. Once back at the beach you hauled your kayak back over the sandbar and into the canal to paddle back to the launch area. Then it was time to put it back on the cart. I attempted to put it on the cart myself, but was failing, so someone offered to lift the other end for me to help ...
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