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... week with those we love.
We had the honour of being invited to the Royal St. George's College 50th anniversary bash by my former boss Steve, then combined a Toronto furniture run with a Go Freddie Go concert at the old Chick n Deli so we are still in touch with the Toronto crowd. The spring has also provided lots of opportunities to reconnect with our old Ridley pals.
We even managed to squeeze in one more consulting job to top up the travel fund ...
May 15, Day 39. Long Island, NY
It was fairly nice weather as we headed out onto Long Island today. It was nice to get back on the road again, though our three days in NYC were wonderful.
Of course to get to Long Island from New Jersey, the only direct route is right through the centre of Manhattan. We could have found a way around, which would have been required if we were in a motorhome or a trailer. We soon found ourselves in the Holland tunnel, two ...
... island of Bonaire or if it's been so long and so many adventures later that we see them again.
We had a quick chat in the evening but we were tired. We went to bed and as soon as Brian woke up, he made his way to Dunkin' Donuts to get coffee and doughnuts. He bought 6 doughnuts and some bagels, but "magically" only 3 doughnuts made it into the Kruzel home. Go figure...
It was a shame ...
... city centre and the waterfront district. We are happy that we have returned and seen the restored city centre. The weather is not cooperating now and the skies are darkening, notwithstanding, we are glad we have included this intriguing visit to a city that represents such a significant era of US ...
This was pretty much an early day. We left Martha's Vineyard at 5AM.
As we passed Woods Hole (5:45) the Captain left the pilot house and
pointed out the features of the area, primarily the Woods Hole
Oceanographic Institute. Their deep diving submarine has just been
updated to be capable of even deeper dives. It is actually a US Navy
submarine, operated by the Navy but with it's missions managed by the
scientific community. Leaving Woods ...