Days Inn Hamden
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... that night.
Lindsey decided that having kids looked like a lot of work. On the way, we
survived the Tappan Zee Bridge and Lindsey braved our first thunderstorm just
as it got dark in the hills of Pennsylvania. We also began trying to take
pictures of the Welcome to ________ state signs, but missed New York and New
Jersey right off the bat, so we decided they didn’t count.
On the morning of Day 2 ...
... Summer 2015!
In the past, I used a travel journal to document our adventures, saving ticket stubs and small trinkets. After returning from past trips, I joyfully browsed through hundreds of travel photos, creating photo albums to tell our story. This time around, I thought a blog could help record our memories, keeping it all in one place. I am exciting for the adventure of starting a blog, and even more excited for the adventure of traveling Ireland. ...
This was our last stop over as we drove to Massachusetts from Mexico. Only about 2 hours left &127 miles to go to get to New Bedford, MA, but we wanted to get a full nights rest and we wanted to arrive earlier in the day.
The entire trip will have taken us 10 days, 89 hours of driving time, 3, 000 miles. We dry docked 5 times at Walmarts, gas stations and 1 Chinese buffet restaurant parking lot, 1 hotel in Mexico and 4 RV Parks in the U.S.
We are off to see my sister, Elinor Watts, wed the man, the myth, the larper, Dan ummmm, the man? I'm extremely happy for my sister and excited that she has finally found "the one." (Side note: if you would have asked me 10 years ago who Elinor would eventually marry I would have said, "someone not possessing a penis." She did major in theatre after all).
The wedding will take place in Deep River, CT and will be surrounded by the most joyful bunch ...
... of an EMT with over active adrenal glands? No, you probably didn't until you were hooked up to a defibrillator... CLEAR. -IF you had stated, "I'm figuratively dying", our EMT with sweaty pits would assume you're a melodramatic improv actor and leave your natural conduction path to its devices. #2. "I'm literally dead." -GOOD timing; that necrophiliac strolling by almost missed his cue! Scream all you want, they have very active ...