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... Um, The Red Velvet Cupcakery, that's who. Yeah. Cupcakes. Late at night. In the rain.
We topped off the night by going back to Nikki's, drinking red wine and watching Downton Abbey. Because, well, we know what's up.
The next day, those two cooked me breakfast, we had a little more wine and some more Downton (yesssss) and then I dropped those two love birds off to continue on my adventure. Next stop, ...
... its banks and health care system. Well I just wander around and people watch and see the important sights and try to learn about local history. Each place has a lot of that! Baltimore was founded in about 1729.
They have the great library (EW Pratt Free Library built in 1800s with Italian lighting fixtures, ols wooden desks etc and free lectures and readings - i went to one yesterday by a biographer of American Gothic artist) )across ...
... of old buildings. A sort of "Kern County Museum" in Bakersfield. So to set the scene; the parking is across the road and one walks by a grove of trees with a pond to the left of the party. White tents are set up to the right. The farm buildings are not really visible but then I didn’t know what I was looking for anyway.
This was their 28th annual festival and we were shocked by how many wineries were represented. According to the information about 38 wineries ...
Hello Friends and Family!
We are leaving for London tomorrow!
I'll be doing another blog, so stay tuned! We're going to some interesting places, such as Greenwich, Stonehenge and Leeds Castle. Be sure to check in every day!
See you all soon,
... stairs in the living room. But, I didn't mind. For some odd reason, my grandmother had a bronze statue of former President Abraham Lincoln's head. I tried to go to sleep, but that head of old Abraham Lincoln embodied a ghost like mentality, and it would just stare at me, and we were alone in the dark. I tried turning his bronze face around so he could enjoy staring at the door instead of me, but for some odd reason, my child like mind perceived him as a peeping Tom ...