Holiday Inn Fort Washington Hotel & Conference Center
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... had been prepared, and a light social program.
A video of the recent work at Warwick.
An interview with Sister Sydney Barber on convention attendance over the years (widow of Brother Carey Barber of GB)
Some musical items - family group singing, other vocal and instrumental.
Plenty of talk and taking of photos.
There were ...
... to the side of a slow On Ramp where the average car is going 5 miles per hour. I explained that I'm doing a blog and videos and if possible could I get their pictures, but as expected the police are very camera shy.
Later on in the evening after grabbing a bite to eat at Whole Foods, I went online to find out what are the laws of hitching in the state of Pennsylvania and I found a few that said being on the ...
Taters are a very popular veggie, consumed simply by at least a billion people worldwide. They come in many different types, including maris piper plus King Edward. Sweet potatoes are also becoming very popular. Despite the varieties of them taters have recently received some adversely, because of the fact that they contain carbs. Carbohydrates consists of energy which we have to move continuously.
Potatoes also contains ...
... I found amusing, both if them united airlines poster. One boasted about how they have 35 flights daily from Chicago to the New York area. The other was how much they pride themselves on customer service. ( I also had a crabby lady at customer service when I wanted to change my flight ) Time ticks slowly by. I eat a hotdog. It wasn't as good as it looked in the photo. But it was that, McDonald's or a line up for one of the other places. By now I'm very tired, ...
... to fight for theirs. The next day was my last day in Philadelphia and I wanted to see Benjamin Franklin's printing press. After seeing the demonstration of how they made newspapers and broadsheets, I had time for a nice relaxing cup of coffee and to do a sudoku (or two!) under a lovely shaded gazebo. Half way through my coffee I hear this m************ and the next thing I know, I have this tree branch, as thick as my arm, 10 cm away from my head! ...