Residence Inn Aberdeen at Ripken Stadium
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... that was either called 'It's Sugar' or 'It's Jeff', 2) forced a souvenir shop to stay open by asking them to buy a t-shirt and then had to buy a bag as well because we didn't want them to feel bad that they had misunderstood our accent and thought we wanted a tote bag. 3) insulted the US judiciary system by attempting to eat the US Courthouse, 4) made a cyclist jump with an impromptu Popeye impression. We then arrived back at the hotel and went to bed. That's all folks, see you ...
... the standing-room-only section off of Eutaw Street near Boog’s place. Boog promptly grabbed Lois’ well-worn Rawlings mitt and affixed his signature to the pinky finger of the glove with a Sharpie. Lois now is the proud owner of an original, one-of-a-kind, Boog Powell fielder’s glove.
We sauntered through the charming concourse surrounding the "retro-style" stadium field. The completion of Camden Yards in 1992 inspired the construction of ...
... for long enough to consider it discarded. The kids were cyclonic in their movements, speedily but aimlessly shuffling along the walls, tables, chairs and floors like those ball-shaped monsters from the Critters movies. Their collective movement was a heavily blurred terror of zig-zags that caused all classroom items not bolted to the wall or floor to bounce around incessantly as if gravity wasn't functioning properly. I had never seen anything like it before in my ...
... Indian Museum, I really like this place, I have a bit of a soft spot for the Natives.
We arrived back at Union Station about 3:30 after walking about 6 miles and had a bit of time to kill before our 4:10 train back, so we wandered around the upmarket stores throughout the building. We got back to Baltimore just after 5:00, Justin and Cooper met us at the station and we headed off to Red Robin for dinner.
After dinner we went into the Pet Shop ...
... wide Delaware and Susquahana rivers and the beautiful trees that looked a bit like pale beech that grew in abundance either side of the road. Oh, and we also crossed the Mason-Dixon Line so we're now in Dixie.
The radio has gone on and Nick found a rock anthem channel that we could sing along to as we travelled.
We're using the interstate 1-95 for a few days in order to get down to Charleston and Savannah in time for St Patrick's day festivities. The ...