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... one". We kept doing that until there were no next ones then we're in the middle of bush or forest or whatever they call it here. It was almost dark and another 150kms further on we saw signs to Springfield. I've since been told it's the home of The Simpsons and judging by a few of the folk we saw there I can see why The Simpsons would live here.
As it turns out we turned off a bit early and finished in West Springfield. That's on the west side ...
... the time, and it was actually 7:15 am.
A cup of coffee and a beautiful walk in the woods set me right. Addie made a new friend, Sunny, and I had a very pleasant chat with Sunny's person. She was doing a brisk power walk, so I got some good exercise in addition to a lively discussion about health care, education and big data. You meet the most interesting people walking the dog.
Next up was WEBS - America's Yarn Store. I had heard about ...
... history. We had excellent orchestra seats for the 2:30 matinée. It was a very enjoyable and energetic show. The rain had stopped, when we emerged from the Ambassador theatre at 5:00 p.m.
After the show we took the subway to lower Manhattan to search for 55 Wall Street. Jens' father, Poul, spent three years (1928-31) in the U.S. working for the National City Bank at that address. As a 24-year old, he ...
... the holiday homes of the rich & famous New York families of the time, built between the 1880s and 1920s, and used for only 6-8 weeks a year!
The extravagance of these properties used for such a short period of time was quite breathtaking!
A stop at The Breakers Mansion was part of our tour, and we had plenty of time to inspect ...
... and others. Also included is The Spouter Tavern, open seasonally and serving "travellers' fare". Each building is used both to show the original activity and to display multiple examples of objects sold or constructed; for instance, the nautical instrument shop displays sextants, nautical timepieces and the like. Demonstrations at the cooperage show how barrels are assembled.
Additional buildings house more exhibits. One is a 1⁄128th ...