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... makes us antisocial sometimes, too!). Today we were out and about with the Evaninis. First we went to a great farm called Terhune Orchards. They had u-pick apples but it wasn't quite in the cards for us with 4 kids ages 5 & under! Instead we made the most of their lovely kids' area, which consisted of a couple of real tractors, one wooden one which I thought was really impressive, some goats to feed, a horse & ...
... be his second best idea of the day. It compensated the lack of a well wanted hoody in the freakishly cold train. Thanks to their dear friend Peter, they were supplied with a precise map that led them through the whole airport to the last parking lot P1 at the very end. There they found absolutely nothing at all. Meanwhile Semi managed to open the cup of his hot chocolate mug after all. A friendly lady told them that they were completely wrong and that they had to go to P4 which meant ...
... carrying everything on their backs.
Back on campus, Michael met his room-mate, Franco, from Venezuela. Franco is about the same height as Michael but much heavier. He is on the Princeton rowing team. Remarkably, Franco's father, who we met, is even taller than both boys. I felt like a midget in the room.
Well it's the big day in the Big Apple and we are off to Liberty Island. Midtown is quieter than usual but there is plenty of hustle and bustle at South Ferry and Battery Park. Whilst walking through the park we come across some old soldiers dressed in 19th century military uniforms enacting a army parade. This quickly progressed to a 50 gun salute from a battery of ...
... to get us up to 126mph to climb the 457ft tower - it basically went by in four frames - wow, we're going fast, wow, we're climbing, holy ****, we're going down, oh, we're back. We were wobbly after that.
Then it was off to Rolling Thunder, a wooden roller coaster since El Torro wasn't running, however, when we were in line for Rolling Thunder, we saw that El Torro was running, so we went over there. Unfortunately, it was another line, and ...