Sign of the Sorrel Horse
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... the tile works is an interesting place, again all cement, just as his home. The clay that is used is local; it is dug, cleaned, and stored on site. Much of the forms used are original from the onset of his company. He did sell the company and it has had two owners after him. Its amazing that when the company was left to go to ruins, that these forms, and equipment did not just disappear. The county purchased it finally and put it back in operation. It is ...
I know it's been forever and I know maybe no one will read this, but I just wanted to let everyone know that I am safely back in Doylestown. I know it's a bit early, but that's because I was accepted into Teach for America. I will be starting the program on June 18 and will be teaching ...
... make the first American flag. It's a great tour if you ever get to Philly.
Then we headed to a park where Laura and Kevin played putt-putt golf while Grandma and I headed to the Independence Hall visitors center for a Diet Coke and place to sit down! I wanted to head to Graff House where Jefferson actually wrote the Declaration of Independence, but it was closed and Sandy didn't want to walk that far (two blocks???) just to see ...
... long line. Not to worry, this historical city has more to offer: Mütter Museum, Edgar Allan Poe house, Benjamin Franklin National Memorial, University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Independence Hall, Rodin Museum...and the list can go on.
By the end of the day, I am beat and ready for some of the Philly real grub. Heading back to the Reading Terminal ...
... Charlie had moved in quick and
she was the perfect damsel in distress
type for Charlie to save.
Charlie was the prototype NY Wall
Street undergrad guy. He definitely came from money and
had used daddy's money to get into a
big name school and get recruited out. He caught on fast and
was definitely moving and shaking
quickly with the bigwigs. He remembered him coming in early on