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... who lived here and what happened there. One that we enjoyed had to do with the number of New Yorkers who have moved to Florida: She says they now call Florida the 6th burrough. We traveled at a snail's pace through stop-and-go traffic---something like 10 minutes per block. Fifth Avenue, Ellie told us, is the home of Yuppies and Dinks. I knew about Yuppies but Dinks was a new one: ...
It was a good drive to CApe May. On secondary roads which is where we really like to drive. We saw the area where the storms had gone thorugh the week before. There was a lot of damage. Found the lighthouse for CAP May, found the ferries to go to Lewes, MA. Walked on the beach to a ...
... back on the ranches, Admiral Mary is dealing with power outages due to the straight-line storm on Friday night and Admiral Sue is having a nice quiet day putting the last few items together.
Wish the fleet fair winds, cooler temps and smooth sailing!
PS - there was a kitty sighting and hearing last night so she hasn't abandoned ship yet. Hang in there, Minni
We woke up in Philadelphia, and left our bags in our hotel. We decided to walk to Independence Hall, since it wasn't that far. We had afew hours before we had to leave for New York.
I was excited to see Independence Hall again....we went through the bag check bit and were made to take off a million layers, only to find out that we were supposed to get tickets from the visitors centre. You have to have a guided tour at a certain time. So ...
... in the morning for work. It ended up being 8 of us for dinner (the Bonini 6 plus Jared and Pete). We had a great time at dinner and all ate tons. After dinner we headed back to mom and dad’s for some ice cream cake and so Shannon could open her present. Then we all hung out for a while before heading to bed.
Monday, August ...