Days Inn Horsham/Philadelphia
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... delivered by Admiral Sue. After stowing the newbies' gear, fueling and watering up and a quick trip to the hardware store for repair supplies (it's a boat, something always breaks!) Vagabond and her intrepid crew came about and virtually flew down the canal on a flood tide.
Tonight will be spent at the Harbor of Refuge on the Delaware Bay, resting up for the 34 hour sail up the coast to Block Island. They hope that by leaving by 4AM they will be ahead of the storms.
... in a bush before being allowed into the stadium. Jared doubted that we'd done as he'd asked and asked me if I'd hidden the case in my underwear. I hadn't but wished that I had. He'd also not allowed handbags and we saw a few handbags abandoned in a bin outside the entrance.
After the game, Tom Watkins, my mate, and I went out for a late night pastry and we encountered ...
... They had a blast at the Franklin Institute. We drove the three short blocks to the Philadelphia Art Museum. No, we didn't go in. But you've seen the steps out front before...of course you have....Rocky ran those steps to get ready for Apollo Creed in the first Rocky movie. They even had a bronze statue of Rocky at the bottom of the stairs. Laura and Kevin ran them twice! Great picture opportunity.
Then we picked up ...
... with us. After talking to the baggage service desk for US Airways, we found that the bags were still in Boston and would arrive later in the day on another flight. To make a long story short, the bags were delivered to Steve and Pat's house around 12:30am (thankfully Pat was awake to sign for them!).
We had a great trip to Europe again this year but, as always, it's good to be back! ...
... the Declaration was actually finally signed by all states on August 2nd 1776 and not the 4th of July. The first state to sign was Delaware who now have on their number plates ‘The First State’, as in the first state to sign. New York were the last and at the time there were 13 States.
We also learned that it was Thomas Jefferson who wrote most of the Declaration of Independence and at 33 years old he was one of the youngest men in the room. He was ...