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... didn't flood. That would have been a major problem. A number of us parked right on the river bank were prepared last night to move just in case.
Decent crowds for the show this afternoon and although it felt weird to be done at 4pm, no one was complaining...haha. A few kids dressed up in patriotic gear and the food and drinks were appreciated by all as we crowded under the cookhouse tent since it was still raining.
... from Becky when she drove there to do laundry. Not much to walk around to, so we got lunch at the supermarket and I finally went to a hair cutting salon to get a haircut. I've been cutting my own hair progressively shorter every month since the season started and it was past time to have someone clean up the cut for me. It's been so hot lately that short hair was the way to go. I'm so much happier!
Sadie, Mommy and Babcia went strawberry picking. This was Sadie's first time in the strawberry fields. She loved the adventure of it all. She ate so many strawberries, we were happy that there was no weighing of the baby after the picking! Sadie was taking in all of the people and looking all around the fields. Seemed she couldn't get ...
... all settled in around 4:30. It's now 6 ish and we are having a nice cold beer --- tastes sooooo good. We did 221 miles today - was very relaxing and we had great weather all the way through. Sandy slept the entire way ---- I know she is missing Khloe. There are lots of dogs around, but not one is a suitable playing partner like Khloe. I will keep you all posted as we continue and and you all keep in touch as well. Love, Ev, Bruce & ...
... s Center to take the walking tour. We found out that it was free! Nice! As you know, the Underground Railroad was neither underground nor a railroad. It was about helping slaves who had escaped their masters to gain their freedom. You see, New Bedford was a Quaker town. The Quakers believed in the equality of all mankind, and they believed that enslaving another human being was unconscionable. So, there were numerous "safe" houses, ...
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