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... days there, me and my girls, while they were growing up. Now that they are adults, and almost on their own, I can still enjoy a day at Monmouth Park with them, and when they are off living their own busy lives, I can still sit and listen to the starting bell ring, the metal gates clamoring, and the thundering of horses hooves, and nostalgically remember spending so many wonderful summer days with my best friends at my summer happy place.
... where, and in fact got lost on the way to the woods. I spent a little time trying to take a few snaps of the family together and in the afternoon Sasha, Angela, Torin and I ventured to Sandy Hook a point that sticks out into the southern 'harbour' of New York. This is now a popular beach resort, but in the past was an important strategic point to protect New York City. There are several late 19th century and WWI and II batterys as well as a now defunct military camp ...
... blocking them out, and then hit the hay hard.
On Sunday we had breakfast with the Patscos and Joe’s sister and her family joined us. After breakfast Joe took Dad and Jameson to West Marine and an auto parts store where they purchased two new fenders at a discounted price and two extra fan belts, and Cathy took me for a grocery store run to stock up on fresh fruits, veggies, snacks, two more cases of water, and some bottles of wine.
On the second day of the Ireland trip, we decided to drive down to the trail head of the Henry Hudson Rail Trail and ride our bikes. The ride was about 19 miles on very flat terrain. It was a nice ride. At the halfway mark of the ride we stopped at a beach at the Sandy Hook Bay. We also stopped at a bridge where we saw a cool looking bird. But we don't know what it was called.
... elegant casual nights. Because everyone was dressed, it was FUN and so elegant. Cunard has special nights such as Black & White Ball, Buccaneers Ball, Jazz Band Ball and a Masquerade Ball. You are notified before sailing of these nights so you can come prepared to participate. This ship has everything. Illuminations: Planetarium with several showings daily to choose from. Only 150 people can attend each showing, so get there early to get your tickets. ...
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