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... she dramatically read her favorite quote by Eleanor, followed by Eleanor's favorite story, and how many people attended her funeral, each guest receiving their own 5 second pause. Having gone over the hour mark, Carolyn offered everyone a chance to escape, but no one dared. Carolyn briefly filled us in on Eleanor's involvement in Civil Rights before giving us the freedom to tour the downstairs of the Hubbard House. The house had original furniture, ...
... August, and part of September there. Over the summers, the energetic, athletic father taught his children sailing and many other pastimes he had learned there during his childhood. Campobello became as much a part of the lives of his family as it had been of his.Although FDR's growing political responsibilities and ...
... br> Down to Dave’s.
A small town on the coast
Where the weirmen yearly boast
Of their take.
Where the work’s from spring to fall
And the fish determine all-
Make or break.
A small town by the mare
Where the sight of fog in air
Brings no frown.
And the foghorn at the Head
Lulls the native in his ...
... temporary road that would have allowed us to drive to Minister's Island had we arrived two hours earlier. We wandered in and out of the cute and colourful gift shops, meeting people who called out greetings. Lobster topped a salad we had for dinner as we watched the many people returning from whale watching trips. The trip back to Harvey saw us arrive in time to drive out the Tweedside Road to have a look at the house and barn that my great grandmother and her ...
... who had made our week so special and memorable. After dinner we all sat in a large circle and took turns reading out the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, one of Eleanor’s proudest accomplishments. She spent months working with various world leaders to write this document outlining the basic rights that all people everywhere should have available to them. After we’d read it we discussed the impact it’s had on the world. It was a moving end to a memorable ...