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... security easily (unlike Mom for those of you who know that story). I walked to my A28, and now we're here. The plane just pulled up actually. Not gonna lie, I was pretty nervous for the first half of the day today. All the final running around, getting new songs on my (Dad's) iPod, packing the last few things, and worrying about everything was really stressful! But I got to see both sets of grandparents, my siblings, ...
... here?' or ' is it tasting good?'. And they are VERY polite-lots of please and thank you and I'm sorry.Freeways though not always in perfect condition, undoubtedly a reflection of the economy, maybe on a local, level are extremely well marked.There are lots of indications of staunch nationalism, the American flag is everywhere-hanging from shops and windows and front doors of private homes, adorning house fronts and on flagpoles in private ...
... and Geraniums hanging from attractive light poles and in front of many shops, and even larger ceramic pots of mixed plantings dot the street. Now several of the cafés have outdoor seating and the street has benches at intervals. As before, there are a large number of antique and gift shops some of which are only open 4 days pw but the little town appears to be thriving and we find a few little treasures in one such large shop.
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... Not sure what we are up to tomorrow. Blaine, the oldest boy, told me we we going to a haunted forest where a werewolf would bite me and then I'd turn into a werewolf myself. It's Halloween this Thursday so everyone is getting into the spirit. There are big pumpkins in all the shops (stores). The Autumn leaves are still beautiful and I still find them amazing. The weather is pleasantly ...
... across St. George's Channel, I finished the second fingerless glove of a pair that I started at the beginning of our trip a week ago.
Our ferry landed in Rosslare, Ireland. From there, we drove about 80 km to Waterford. We passed through a town called New Ross, the home of Patrick Kennedy. We had a wonderful Irish dinner at our hotel, the Granville Hotel. Beautifully appointed and restored, with wonderful ...
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