Rodeway Inn Stratford
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... of 9 to 10 knots which is nice on the pocket book and easy on the back. The last 45 minutes we decided to open it up 28 to 30 knots you could see the dollars flying off the boat lol...but this boat can fly when you want it too :-) Cruising into NYC was so lovely this time in the sunshine much better than last week. We passed several barges being pushed by tugs man those little boats are strong.
As I type this a huge yacht ...
... Maple trees are everywhere they are old huge all kinds of varieties I think the fall leaf dropping must be insane butt beautiful.
Dinner I tonight this is not my kitchen at home the stove top doesn't get super hot but I'm getting more used to it...salmon and stir cry veggies.
Fingers are crossed they can fix the engine tomorrow.
Good night all.
It's 9am and we're on the road again. This time, literally on the road, as our trip involves only cars and bikes. Our Vermont Bike Tour begins tomorrow at 3:30 pm in the town of Chatham, Massachusetts. Our destination today is Old Saybrook, Connecticut, a 120 mile drive from Long Island. The weather outlook for today is mostly sunny with a high of 76 in Old Saybrook. During our two night stay in Chatham, we'll see ...
I can't believe today is the day that we really have to return home. Wake up call was at 5:15 am. Our car service was due to pick up us at 7 am, so we were able to have a quick breakfast before we left for the airport. The Sandton Brussels Centre was at best sparse, but adequate. The lack of lighting was horrible, and the sulfur smell emulating from the bathroom was not pleasant. At 7 am, our minivan was in front of the hotel to transport us to the airport. Gus & Annette, ...
... But no longer being able to socialize or do much other stuff involving others for 6 years, well, I adapted... I planted perhaps 20,000-25,000 impatiens annuals over those years, and it totally laid the groundwork for the much fuller and ‘real’ life that I enjoy today… I am blessed and I have learned as I say often that there seems to be a blur betw’n good experiences and ‘bad’ experiences… there are ...