Motorsports Inn And Suites
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We read bad things about the anchorage on the south side, and the winds were supposed to be light. We decided instead to go to Cohansy Cove and sneak around the little island to be protected from fetch and waves from the tankers. The Delaware is huge however, and it took us a out 45 minutes to get to the cove. The waves were not bad and the wind was only supposed to get milder, and we were getting very tired. We decide not to take the longer hike up the river to more ...
... the route is concrete, the amount of days spent in certain locations is not. Tonight, Thursday, September 5th, Jessie and I will leave our most recent HQ, my parents house and head to Wildwood, New Jersey. One last item is needed before we head west, Jessie's beach cruiser. One more well spent night down the shore, only to turn our backs to the east coast indefinitely. One last goodbye to the 'Sandy' battered shores of the defining Atlantic coast.
... legislators into session. It did not ring when the Declaration of Independence was signed. It was cracked sometime which ruined its sound, the big crack occurred after it was repaired in the 1800's and rung again.
We were able to retrieve our car - from the black hole - and figured out most of the way home and lucked out on the rest - but no wrong terns.
Tomorrow is Valley ...
... I want to say, but the tears are already flowing. I wouldn’t have traded this experience for anything in the world. It took a while to get used to, but it was totally worth it. I made friendships that will last a lifetime in one of the most beautiful places in the world. I saw things that people can only dream of seeing. And I did it all while working toward my degree. I am counting the days until I drive up to Rhode Island and Connecticut to see everyone. Especially the dream team ...
... an evening filled with laughter and fun, but a very serious and sad undertone. We knew why we were there, but tried not to dwell on it as often as we could. Overall, my last week in South Africa, was one filled with tears and sad goodbyes, but also so much love, from the members of the Friends of Walmer High School, to my friends from church and wherever else, the students and library prefects, teachers, staff, and even some of the businesses that we ...