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So I got possessed by this idea of going on a mammoth bicycle ride from ramsey (north east of NYC) to Philadelphia. A length of 107 miles, doesn't sound too bad I thought. Downloaded a GPS app which spoke directions in our ear through headphones. Worked great but crashed and lost route data constantly. So got up at 6 and after way too much faffing, ed and I finally hit the road on nick and Emma's big ...
... between periods 2 and 3 in the game last night-- but I refuse to change my mind about Sid. I mean, he scored the highest number of points in the league this year, and he had more assists than goals, which tells me that he is definitely not a puck hog like some hockey players I could mention (*cough* Ovie *cough*) or in it for the spotlight as the woman insinuated.
He really needs to get another Cup soon though if even the Pens fans ...
... as they were leaving the ward but had recently been stopped due to patients without medical insurance turning up to the clinic. The patients now had to organise their own appointments once they had been discharged; those without insurance had to go to the hospital's business office to get a 'pass' that allowed them to access outpatient services they needed. I couldn't help but feel this was a lot to ask of the patients, after in most cases large traumatic events ...
... the Constitution, including a live performance, a copy of the Emancipation Proclamation and Signers' Hall, a stylized evocation of the Assembly Room in Independence Hall. I then took the bus west to visit the Franklin Institute, one of the oldest centers of science education and development in the United States dating to 1824, which features, among other displays, the Benjamin Franklin National Memorial.
Before meeting to have dinner with two of ...
... is where bothe the Declaration of Independednce and the US Constitution were
discussed / signed / written. It is a National Historic Park, and they have park rangers that
guide you through it. Our ranger was great. He was so passionate and really gave the story
life. And yes, they do wear outfits just like the ranger on the old Yogi Bear cartoons. ...