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Today is another friend day! Our friend Pat and his four year old son Jamie (otherwise known as "the Frinkle", his self-imposed nickname – Jamie named his older brother Bacon Sauce, so Shane is now known as “the Sauce”) came out to the lot around lunchtime to visit with us and take us out for lunch.
But before all of that happened, we drove into Old Bridge, arrived on our lot at a race park, and were parked right next to ...
... br> Our next stop was the library and we ended up getting there really early, so J.P., Beth, and Pat hung out with the kids in the reading area, took photos and read books with them. There was a book sale going on, so I immediately disappeared. Unfortunately (or maybe fortunately for our way too tiny book cabinet) I didn’t find anything.
This time, the program started with Pat reading a Mo Willems book to the kids and then they jumped into ...
... to another trying to secure the evening meal. After several unsuccessful attempts and feeling very beaten after 24 days cycling without a rest, we finally caught the signs to Cheesequake State Park.
It is another beautiful park (slightly ruined by a major highway running through the middle) where we can enjoy our final night at camp. We are both exhausted and feeling pretty strange about the next few days. Tomorrow morning is an early start to cycle ...
... for one, maybe two, wasn't worth it. Especially with Mom, who already would be travelling that much to visit us--it would be a long day. And we would miss out on time with Grandma and the Kildows. So, that morning, we decided to forgo that opportunity.
It turned out fortunate that we did!
We met at the Kildows' house, where Pam had prepared a wonderful breakfast spread, which we thoroughly enjoyed before heading out. The six of us then drove to church--Sunday School, ...
... tropical conditions and having received extensive warnings about malaria, I also expected most areas to be swarming with mosquitoes. In reality I encountered rather few, and those insect bites I did experience seemed to be from ants and sand flies. So go to Africa - don't be scared! How should you go when you travel to Africa? I would definitely recommend a group overland trip to anyone who isn't too wedded to lots of luxury and is interested in seeing a ...