Sir Edward's Folly
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... up with what each other is doing. The big news in her life is that she is volunteering in Haiti this fall to teach the doctors in an outlying town anesthesiology for thoracic surgery, which is her specialty.
After lunch, it was off to Mystic Seaport, a living village the preserves America's sailing heritage. The museum encompasses about 75 buildings, many of them including the people and skills ...
... age, or my wardrobe to incorporate more frilly lingerie in tacky watermelon color schemes. In case family members are reading this, for all intents and purposes I'm hoping for the former. But yeah man, this is crunch time and instead of walking through my day grabbing my ****** to the "8 Mile" theme song I'm moseying along to a less motivational "Hakuna Matata". Usually I like to bring these things full circle with an uplifting epiphany. Well.... ...
... sneaks up on you when you have GPS, yet your mind is still "surprised" when something like a large military installation materializes out of the fog.
As we approached New York City, the weather took a rapid turn for the worse. Right as we headed out over Sandy Hook Bay, the ceilings dropped to about 1,300' and the visibility down to just a couple of miles. Slipping over the Verrazano Narrows Bridge, which is the entryway to the ...
... amazing dinner view. Mystics centre was quaint with idyllic old buildings, a picturesque draw bridge, interesting little shops, good food and a surprising amount of places to get a drink. This all in all provided a great little rural escape to break up the copious amount of cities we had coming, so the next few days we hired bikes to explore, sampled more of the amazing seafood and enjoyed the local beer before we headed to ...
... to the hotel gym for a quick run, while Allison and I watched TV, played on the internet and just relaxed! Once Jenny had finished her run and took a quick shower, we headed out for dinner at Charlie O’s Tavern in Narragansett.
It had been years since I had visited Charlie O’s, but it honestly still looked the same. Our waitress was a sassy woman named Shelley. When she found out we were teachers, she continued to tell ...
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