Inn Town Bed And Breakfast At The Spencer House
Travel Blogs from Lowell
... until 1am listening to the history of the house, investigations, paranormal activity, and using a Ouija board in the basement by candlelight. Epic evening.
... by the time I got back. Later in the day, we spent time with their daughters, Meghan and Missy, who have grown up so much in the 16 years I've known them.
A quiet evening ahead, with grilled salmon, roast potatoes, and Missy's signature salad to look forward to.
A long day's driving ahead tomorrow, as I head out for Toronto. Margaret and Howard have invited me to join them at their book group meeting at 6:00, so I've got to get there in time!
... some schools and another daycare....one school wasn't quite prepared for us, so the office told us we could stand in the hallway and entertain the kids as some went to lunch and others went to their buses. It would have been a decent visit, but we had a young teacher who, upon hearing that we were from a circus and GASP! our circus has animals, spent the rest of our time there regurgitating propaganda she'd been fed by ...
... have to compare to what I'm experiencing now, but I have no idea if it's the same or not. Even though we don't have insurance, I think for my own sanity, I'm going to a clinic today to get more information about what's going on.
Tomorrow we're in Elmhurst...it looks like we'll be treating it as a lot and license because the sponsor wasn't able to come up with anything for us to do. Which, with the way I'm feeling, I'm pretty grateful that's the case.
... So this chapter comes to an end. Our lives have been changed in so many ways. And we will forever be grateful to all of those who supported us in so many ways to make this trip possible. We can't wait to return the favor in any way, ten times over.
We're inspired to continue this mission work and I hope, dear reader, that you might also be inspired to possibly join us in a future endeavor.
Rick & Laura