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... full on and full off; when accelerating, even to move 10 feet he floored it. Naturally when stopping from such a state required a lot of braking, and so it went as we followed the GPS cursor, alternately ******* the gas then ******* the brake.
Of course I was car sick in about 2 minutes. Most people don't know this about me, but I have a pretty weak stomach for a lot of things, it drives my wife crazy, I can't even take out the ...
... Revolution to remind us of our liberties gained. The Liberty Bell's gap often called a "crack" makes it instantly recognizable. The large crack is a result of fixing a thin crack. When the crack happened no one knows. In 1777, just before the British capture Philadelphia the bell was moved to safety. The bell is over 2,000 and surprisingly fragile because of its age.
After the Liberty Bell we made our way over to Independence Hall. This ...
Peace & Prosperity to All!!!
This is a short update on how I'm doing. I plan to write another full article with video and pictures tomorrow. I'm doing fantastic! And I hope you all are as well. Sure I don't know where I'm at (Philly) of course but I really ask every other person for help or for directions which is cool because some end up talking with me and laughing for awhile.
I wanted to mention a person who I've met ...
... on a hill, overlooking the Potomac and perhaps more importantly, by burying soldiers on it, it meant Lee would never live on the land again. In 1864 Union troops began being buried there. Eventually the Lee family was compensated $150K (equal to $3.1M today) for their property. Interesting how two families, the Washingtons and the Lees were intermingled.
I also visited the other Presidential grave in Arlington. Buehler? Buehler? Anyone? ...
... Horse we drink some beers and discuss all the funny laws in the US around drinking. In Pennsylvania spirits and wine can only be sold by government owned liquor shops. Beer is available widely elsewhere. 21 is the drinking age limit. Anyone with two underage drinking convictions is ineligible to hold a Pennsylvania teachers licence. Crazy.
Kevin and Lana find us and buy another beer. Aghhh enough already. At two I brave the streets of Philadelphia to walk the 15 ...