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... and argue economics and down a box or two of wine. Quite often
when I get into economics discussions with people I’m the liberal in the debate
but with Bob I’m usually the conservative.
I didn’t do much in the way of touring or sightseeing in
Durham but thought I’d create a short blog entry for a couple of the pictures I
took and a few of my impressions. We mostly hung out at La Mixteca Mexican
restaurant and ate half ...
... were there to point me to this one. The lack of signs was the one thing I noticed on my drive today. Either I missed them, they were too small, they were right at the turn or there weren't any. I know there have to be other lights along the coast, but I had to settle for Nubble.
My final destination today is the Portsmouth Harbor Inn & Spa in Kittery, Portsmouth Harbor Inn. The room cost me almost ...
Our day starts late due to our late return from the night before.
Kittery is across the bridge from Portsmouth in the state of Maine. Whilst it shares the Piscataqua river with Portsmouth on the northern side, we elect to bypass the riverfront and drive straight to the outlet shops on Highway 1.
After 3 hours and laden with ultra-cheap goodies we continue north along the Maine coast just knowing that ...
... to the most northern point and then start working my way toward the Florida sunshine before I get trapped by the weather. Plus the damn lakes are getting way to cold for these half ass showers I've been attempting to take. (Probably a $10,000 winner on funniest home videos, NOT so funny for me though) So my solution to that....in case you were wondering....has been, just stop taking them:-) Well to tell the truth I am actually sitting in a hotel as we speak and just ...
... able to listen to the inane ramblings of an over caffeinated couple trekking across the country in an obnoxiously yellow beast adding to the daunting amount of pollution that chokes the life from our planet, all while enjoying the many pleasures that this great land affords us on the highways and by ways, so we hope you will all enjoy our report of the ridiculous happenings and oddities we encounter! In closing, happy trails, and until our next installment, take care!