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... meeting some new family members. The place they have is very nice and right across the street from the ocean. Just took a couple pics of Maggie, Keith and Kendra...more fun tomorrow!
A few notes from our trip from Gettysburg:
1. We noticed that there are no yellow "suggested speed" signs for the ...
... so took a walk along the boardwalk in search of a meal deal. After purchasing fresh sandwiches we sat on a bench looking out to sea. It was lovely watching the world go by, sitting in a paradise. After a few hours of enjoying the New Jersey beach we headed back to the house and changed for tonight's meal. All dressed up and ready to go we piled into the cars. We walked into one of Andreas favourite restaurants, ...
... and two assistants to see that we got on and off at the right spots and didnt get left behind.
I can only give you a dot point summary of what happened, there was so much to take in!
Our destination for the morning was 25 Columbia Heights, a massive complex housing many depts still. Some WT buildings have been sold, but a few remain at present. We were assigned a guide Brother Adrian Brett who works in construction. He ...
... to spend smartly but liberally. This allowed us to take in much more and provided real enhancement to our trip. Examples of the extra spend on activities include Universal Studios for the boys, private drivers to several remote sites, multi-day jungle excursions ...
... another trifecta! Grant, Teddy Roosevelt, and one of the most interesting Presidents ever...Grover Cleveland. As I drove south it began to pour rain, but I was sure it wouldn't rain on my quest at the Princeton cemetery, so I ventured on. And sure enough, it stopped raining just as I got to Princeton. It took me 10 more minutes to get to the cemetery. I pulled into one of three (?) parking spaces for the cemetery, and I was just pounded ...