Villanova University Conference Center
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... to get through because I kept forgetting things in my pockets. *sigh* I'm just not used to having so many. Give me a few weeks and I could totally pass this test with flying colors.
And then, once I got to the other side, the security guard asked me if I had a knife in my bag.
Don't worry, guys; I totally played it cool. Grabbing my stuff, I hightailed it out of there as fast as I could. Luckily for me, the guard was stuck in his little booth and ...
... after this. You see, it had started to snow at about 10 am, and an unexpected amount began to fall fast and furious. By the time we were done lunch, the storm was pretty crazy outside, and the city bus we were to take to the Barnes Foundation was running late. So, our group leader Fred spent a 1/2 hour in the blizzard flagging down taxis for us to take. Eventually, we made it to the Barnes Foundation.
Exactly one month away from the big new adventure. The itinerary is coming along nicely. The bags have been packed... aside of a months worth of clothes and other necessary things for everyday life here in Philadelphia. Furniture and some other large items are being sold, the big ticket, being my 50cc Genuine Buddy scooter. An absolute joy to have been zipping around Philadelphia in a tangerine blaze since February. It's been quite a run since the beginning of ...
... thing Kevin noticed were the birds flying around inside the DTW terminal. He wondered how they got in and how they stayed alive...you know, what they ate. We talked about bread crumbs and other things the birds probably ate. He thought they might help the airport by eating bugs...OK, I'll buy that.
I was lucky enough to have an empty seat beside me on the flight to Philly. Right on time into ...
... carousel, burger joint, storytelling bench, picnic area and more. We had read this was a great place to take a family so we were quite surprised after walking a few miles to get there that it was the location of a major protest rally. The front of the park was filled with protesters from the Occupy National Gatering. http://www.mintpress.net/category/photo -gallery/occupy-national-gathering/page ...