Days Inn Elkton
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Late last night as I was leaving downtown Philly to head to Mike & Jeannie's house, I stopped at a Trader Joes to get some food for my massive dinner. While I was locking Betsy up, a guy started chatting with me about my trip and biking in general. He is originally from South Africa and he told me that Afrikaans is like an old school version of Dutch, so when people come to South Africa from the Netherlands, it sounds to them like ...
... and phone, so my parents weren't to thrilled.
So, remember when I said that we should be arriving in approximately fifteen minutes? Well, that was a lie. We have been circling for about an hour now. I am ready to land and get off this uncomfortable plane. Once I get off this plane and step out into London Heathrow, I will get to experience too of my dream, traveling to England, and learning about witches. How fascinating.
Until next time.
... quiet but to our disbelief, matters began to unravel.
At 12:45 pm, we were called to the Delta counter to jet off to JFK to catch our international flight to Athens. This is where the unraveling began. Broadcast over the loud speaker was their first announcement: we would be delayed for mechanical reasons. At 1:15 pm, we were called to the gate and urged to quickly board the plane and be seated. Packed sardines had more space in a ...
... to go on a different house tour this time around, but somehow think I ended up taking the same most popular one as the first time. Many of the rooms looked vaguely familiar, but enough time had passed between my two visits that it might as well have been the first time. Winterthur is a great place to see a large collection of such American decorative arts in situ as complete ensembles rather than as individual pieces in museum ...
... of the machines are still fully functional is also a testament to the quality of their products. This room too would have been surprisingly quiet for a machining shop. Only the clunking whirring sounds of the machines and the slow methodical scraping of the metal lathes. Quite a contrast to the din of shrieking electric motors spinning at thousands of rpm today.
For the powder mill tour, I joined with another elderly gentleman who led me ...