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... we did advance here in Old Bridge and he came out in clown to work with us. It was really nice to have quality down time where we could catch up, laugh, and fill Pat in on our time on the show so far (he was instrumental in helping John a few years back when we started pursuing working for a circus).
When we arrived back at the lot, we parted ways with the Cashins and got ready for work. Thankfully, while we were gone, a sewage dump ...
... Pat made the kids the heroes as he spun a plate on each of their fingers and got a mom to come up front and hold four spinning plates at the same time. J.P. & Beth did their shtick and then the rest of the time was simply spent hanging out with the kids, taking photos with them and handing out flyers to all of the parents who showed up.
Lunch was at the Peterpank Diner (Pat told us that it was originally the Peter Pan Diner, but Disney ...
... quite a few diners, chrome sided.
There's a meat called pork roll, which you would eat as a sandwich. A pork roll and egg on a hard roll. They also have a thing for hard rolls.
Also, it's a bunch of towns with ambiguous boundaries because they are contiguous and continuous.
Tyrannus my friend had a wonderful house and his mom treated us like family. ...
... beneficial for her to hear--moreso than our previously-planned church experience. It's neat that God changed plans for that.
After church, Mom took Kelsey and I to Applebee's, where we enjoyed another wonderful meal and conversation. We ran an errand at Target, hung out at our hotel, and introduced Mom to our van. She took pictures.
Later in the afternoon, we visited with the Kildows again. Kelsey found a comfy chair and a blanket, and was soon asleep. I did likewise on ...
... West Africa I believe my fears were largely unfounded and believe in retrospect that I could have easily traveled independently as well. I ended the trip holding some mixed feelings about group travel, though. The ease, security, and camaraderie of group travel are definite pluses, but the tradeoff is a somewhat sequestered experience of traveling in a cocoon and not meeting as many local people or being as fully immersed in the culture as when ...