TownePlace Suites Mt. Laurel
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... my pepper spray has not left my side.
But to start back at the beginning...
I caught the shuttle from my hotel to the train station in Pittsburgh. The shuttle driver was very friendly, but she certainly had a lot to say about the Pens game. She is apparently not a fan of either Dan Bylsma, the coach, or Sidney Crosby. I do have to somewhat agree with her on the coach--he really needed to give them a rousing speech or a talking-to ...
... did we learn?
The key points include:
1. John likes a high travelling pace in which we get to see a lot of things. Terrie is warming to the idea but likes to have time outs now and then, such as the Goa Yoga retreat. In this trip we visited:
- 8 countries
- 2 of the world’s leading trekking routes
- 6 National Parks to see great wildlife
- 4 beach resorts
- 17 ...
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... street in the United States. About 3000 people have lived in Elfreth's alley since 1702. The oldest house currently in the alley was constructed in 1728!
Christ Church is a five minute walk from Elfreth's Alley and the house of Betsy Ross. Betsy Ross actually attended Christ Church and sat in a pew adjacent to George Washington.
... I started opening my eyes to see the community members who were walking by or stopping to see what was happening, people thanking us for helping or just hollering out the window, "keep it up!" as they drove by. Some started brining over their lawn mowers and weed whackers, or helping cut boards and dig once we started building the garden. One man even brought us over cake, another brought water. And I remembered something my Unit Leader had said to us during training, ...