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... them. H's aren't pronounced and for instance, the word tango would be pronounced taingo. There are many other subtleties that are hard to explain, but we loved listening to them talk, always with enthusiasm.
Of all the provinces, Newfoundland was the least wealthy in terms of "the finer things in life." Restaurants were few and far between and B&B's took the place of hotels. However, most of the locals we talked to exuded a spirit of happiness ...
... I have learned many things -- including the fact that long road trips don't really phase me in terms of driving for too long. So far I have driven over 3,500 miles alone and I am still excited every morning I wake up to drive more! Growing up I suppose we did a lot of road trips but I was never old enough to help out with the driving part, mostly I was in the back seat bugging my siblings, which was technically my job. Being behind the wheel for that amount of time has ...
... we head back the southern route again hoping to be home by October 2!
Today we are packing all the things we have put out on the floor and in our "staging area" which turns out to be my office aka Erin's old room. Hopefully, we'll be able to get this all in the car. For anyone who knows us, or more specifically me, overpacking is a given! We will ...
I am now in Cincinnati, Ohio staying at my wonderful family's house - Uncle Jeff, Aunt Sabrina, and my cousins Spencer (18) and Matisse (15). I will be staying here tomorrow as well and spending the day in Cincinnati. Feels nice going to bed knowing I don't have to get up at the crack of dawn to get in my car for another eight hour day of driving. Although I am having an absolute blast doing that as well. I arrived here at about ...
Set in park on top of Mount Adams the Cincinnati Art Museum
is one of the oldest art museums in country and one of the premier collections
in the Midwest. It struck me as being especially strong on Old Masters in
contrast to so many American art museums whose collections tend to be stronger
on paintings from impressionism onwards contemporary to when the barons of
industry were acquiring the works they ultimately donated to public collections.