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... we did advance here in Old Bridge and he came out in clown to work with us. It was really nice to have quality down time where we could catch up, laugh, and fill Pat in on our time on the show so far (he was instrumental in helping John a few years back when we started pursuing working for a circus).
When we arrived back at the lot, we parted ways with the Cashins and got ready for work. Thankfully, while we were gone, a sewage dump ...
We ate breakfast at the local bakery. Garrett got a lava cake, and Gavin got glazed donuts. Jacinda checked out the sign that said there was egg sandwhiches down the alley. Turned out that it was some woman on the phone with a griddle built into the wall. Two guys were doing some kind of math equations in a notebook, so she turned and ran the other way!
We went for a walk, and to the beach again. Around 2pm we headed for pt. Pleasant Beach ...
... didn't think I was up to it. If I was having these wobbles and doubts then I obviously wasn't the person for the job. Well, I did what anyone who's ever been a student would do when the going gets tough....I procrastinated on Facebook! This was a breath of fresh air. It was so comforting and reassuring to see all the people behind me, commenting on my statuses/photos etc. I haven't felt lonely as such, not yet. But I have been alone for a while. And it was an amazing ...
GROAN! The best way to see NY is to walk - unfortunately.
Today most of the museums were closed, but for some strange reason, the rebellious Guggenheim Museum was open. So we caught a cab there, taking Captain, who has strong connections with this museum. There was a very long line snaking along 5th Avenue, and around the corner into
East 88th Street. How significant ! This was where " Lyle, Lyle Crocodile" lived ! I couldn't remember what number he lived at, though.
... demonstrations, your aquatic adventure awaits. The New York Aquarium features more than 300 marine species. Meet some of our mammals, birds, fish, and reptiles, and learn about their natural history, biology, cultural roles, and conservation status. From sharks to sea otters to seahorses, the wildlife at the New York Aquarium reflects ...