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These thoughts were in my mind as I observed and compared notes with what I saw in Brazil back in 05. Clearly, the Portuguese have approached the whole matter of race and integration differently than other European powers.
Anyways... I kind of got off topic... I find a cheap room in Faro, wander around town a bit... next day I explor the old city and castle walls... then decide to backtrack a little bit and go see ...
... you keep saying dat worrr... I do not think it means what you think it means...":)
Our tour guide at the Amish experience was also a man named Paul. He was very sweet and desperate to defend the Amish and I think felt that many of the kid's questions were attacking but they weren't. They are just so very curious. We saw the largest Amish graveyard and learned that there are 36,000 Oldworld Amish people living in the area. They don't use ...
... too. Mazy and Lilly watched a beaver swimming and grazing on grass near our sites… very interested. And Mazy fell into the lake trying to get her ball - it was a little deeper than she expected.
Saturday we watched the Kentucky Derby on the outside TV… cool… enjoying Woodford Mint Julep Bourbon. Dan’s horse pick won, California Chrome! I was rooting for the female jockey.
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Day 321 8 hrs, 14 kms Day totals: 15 hrs, 29 kms Down the ridge on the east side I enter "Middletown Valley" a valley between Cumberland Valley and the coastal plains that lead to Washington DC. In the middle is Middletown proper, which has a decidedly different feel than Boonsboro. Here you find elegant Victorian style houses that say this is historically a wealthier area. What's the secret? Well, I'm going to have the chance to find out. ...
... our first president.
My expectations are pretty low for this one--but I decide to make a detour to take a look. I follow a road to a parking lot and museum with a footpath up to monument at the top of the ridge. Nah... the monument won't be winning any awards. It looks like a giant milk jug made out of uncut stone--something that could've been built during the stone age... No great engineering feat here.
There is a nice view of ...
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