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Chris hasn't been feeling the greatest the last few days so it was time to go to the doc. Even he agreed! It was moving day so we packed up, drove to the next campground, a quick set up and then to the doc. Without an MRI it's not 100% conclusive but the doc figures he has diverticulitis. He has 2 different antibiotics to take and his diet is to be fluids for the next 2 ...
... and is still one of the busiest fire halls in Boston.
A great deal of Boston is built on landfill. Between the early 1600's and late 1800's Boston tripled its physical size. As they filled in a large square of water and marsh, they would decide on a theme and begin building. There is a block with a decidedly French theme, another pure Boston and yet another modern.
One of the many stops we ...
... leaving my tea behind, which we were close enough to retrieve. Leaving today's camp was down a hill on a very windy road and heading toward the ocean. It's not good to have the sway bar on the camper on such windy roads. (We learned that one while traveling route 66 on similar roads. It was the start of a very expensive repair!) Instead of attaching it, we put it on the truck cover to put on when we ...
... digging us. Nick opened up with a sports question, and we were in. Kim bought us a round of Mind Erasers, a truly horrifying shooter that you have to drink with a straw from the bottom up before the various components mix together, and eat through the glass. It was a bit rank, a bit chocolately, and it slipped down like fizzy tar. They mentioned that they were gonna hit Providence, the capital city of Rhode Island, and invited us to join them. I mean obviously ...
... features 80 trees and shrubs sculpted into geometrical forms and animal shapes - everything from a giraffe to a teddy bear; Casey Farm (c. 1750) in Saunderstown or Coggeshall Farm (c. 1790) in Bristol, two authentic historical working farms. Both feature livestock and tours of historic farm buildings; and two planetariums to view the stars, planets, and constellations – one in Roger Williams Park in Providence, and the other at the ...