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Another long day of traveling....the kids are handling it all really well. We are definitely getting the hang of packing and having everyone carry their bits and finding our way through the airports. We all slept reasonably well, Conrad had the two older boys while i had the two littlies. Ashton did not sleep that great but he sleep in which was great. By the time ...
... you as such an important and central part of our work crew!
It was a pleasure to work with you this week in Queens. Your compassion as you handed out meals was awesome. With what we saw and experienced in Queens this week, how can you continue this in Unionville?
Nathan I really enjoyed getting to know you this week. Of course, I knew of you from your brother in my Sunday School class ...
... I explored Manhattan in search of spots where Andy Warhol spent his time in New York City. Found the first Silver Factory, Edie Sedgwick's apartment, his firehouse studio, the home where he lived before he died and the Silver Factory he was shot at. Unbelievable. Tonight, I am going to head to Bryant Park for the hockey game. It's at Madison Square Garden, and I anticipate the city will be quite hectic. Go ...
... our Friday night in New York City with beer and crib in our little home! *I put quotation marks around campground because we're not quite sure whether to call it that. It is an old airport - near the now existing JFK - that has primitive tent lots around the perimeter and 6 RV lots that are just designated areas in a big open paved area. It's different but it's exactly what we needed for our stay ...
Went to the Trinity Church, which locals also call the Miracle Church after 9/11. While all the buildings around were extensively damaged when the twin towers collapsed the only damage to the church was that a tree was flattened. The church grounds are full of tombstones from the 1700's. Spent ages just wandering around the grounds reading tombstones.
From there we went to the 9/11 Tribute Centre. While the Memorial is a ...