Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Exton
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... and shop fronts to admire. Philly is a good place to walk through. I get to WXPN with 5 minutes to spare, the two support acts are good. The second play a cover the Replacements’ Alex Chilton, a personal favourite. GP&TR do four songs live to air plus an encore off air. It was standing show so I can get nice and close.
The merch table has a new product – Key Rings – presents for the wife and kids!
Afterwards I find Steve in ...
... Duncan' I'm unsure who this Duncan fellow is but it amuses me! It was really interesting to hear patients stories of traumatic injuries and their road to recovery. Most of the patients at the clinic were seeing OT for upper limb rehab and hand therapy. Gretchn's husband collected me at 1pm to take me to the next clinic, he had kindly made me ...
... Walken. She reminded me of those women you see with massive grey roots and undulating tits dancing bare foot at festivals, having massive mushroom flash backs. Complaining the weed isn’t as good as it used to be. Amber necklaces and hard yellowing toe nails. You know the type. The reason I mention her is this morning she woke me up in Philadelphia. She had had a change of plans ‘…and the stars must have brought her to ...
beside Gulfport. It was my very first White Sand beach and it was
beautiful. In Jackson Mississippi we played with a band called Soul
Skard and their Guitarist Richard allowed us to stay at his place.
His family was so amazing and accommodating. His mother was a sweet
and pretty lady who spoiled all of us with amazing food. The first
time I ever had black eyed peas and they were amazing. Richard's Dad
Bill used to be a paratrooper ...
... and a 'Ben Ali' switched the doll for a broken one from under the counter….. maybe Ben Ali's grandson was running the family business in New York now. Only difference in our stories was that my dad only discovered the nasty switch when the ship was heading off out to sea.
Getting out of Jersey City was relatively painless, taking the 95 New Jersey Pike, we passed an industrial area of Jersey and then Newark Airport. You'll be back here before you know ...