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After breakfast, it was about an hour drive to Runnemede, NJ through rolling hills and farmland that looked a lot like Wisconsin. We took a little jog into Delaware so we could catch the Pennsylvania welcome station and get some Philadelphia maps and information. (And it also added another state to my list.)
We're staying in New Joisey (sorry Lenny!) because the hotel keepers ...
We made an early morning trip to Drexel University, a great "coop" school. Parents, have students explain that to you. Did our own self-guided tour. Happy to learn their mascot is the Dragon! Then did a city walking tour with a local tour guide who gave us the inside scoop on the Liberty Bell, ...
... as Jen and Hayley attempted to leap frog over a bishop piece. Jen went first. She managed to clear the bishop piece! Sadly it was her landing that let her down, gaining a 4 from me as she stacked it and landed on her bum. Hayley’s attempt was much more successful though, managing to not only clear the piece, but also sticking the landing! She received an 8.
After some more mucking around (in which Jen attempted to slide down a bannister) we ...
... the years - I thought it was very well done!
We headed to Independence National Historic Park, which, along with the old city has been dubbed 'America's most historic square mile'. We took a Ranger led tour of Independence Hall where delegates from 13 colonies met to approve the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.
... known as obesity, with its corollary ills. Nevertheless, the commonplace fact of obesity in today’s West itself testifies to the point that access to food has expanded exponentially for just about everyone. So does the statistical fact that obesity is most prevalent in the lowest social classes and least exhibited in the highest.
And just as technology has made sex and food more accessible for a great many people, important ...