Walden on the Pond
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... we were already boarding the ride. 'Bizarro', was a favourite, containing all a rollercoaster should, steep drops, loops and cork screws. 'Nitre', was terrifying containing a vertical drop at the beginning. However once the drop was over the rest of the ride was enjoyed with even hands in the air. The wooden rollercoasters were uncomfortable creating a rickety ride, with heads banging side to side. After a few more rides we enjoyed ...
... pet a skink and watch an exciting video about dinosaurs. It was pretty cool to see some real fossil footprints! It was a very good little stop.
We then made our way to Parlin (Sayreville), New Jersey where we will be staying the next three nights with my brother-in-law's parents. My sister is here too so very excited to see them and the kiddos.
Alright, it's late and time for bed. ...
... br> Then came sparring. Her first match drew a competitor that was 2 1/2 maybe 3 times her size. Look at the photos! Kathryn did not hesitate. Kathryn went at her and matched her point to point. At one point the girl was getting angry that this little kid did not roll over or run. Kathryn had a back fist that was within regulation but knocked the wind out of her. Kathryn took 3rd place in sparring.
... tell it was going to be another very cold night and so after throwing together a very quick dinner and finishing the last of the chocolate cake to ease our now major depression, we went to have a nice hot shower before bed to warm us up, only to find that the water was freezing cold. We should have known it was too good to be true!
Miles travelled: 136
Total miles travelled: 15569
Days on road: 142
States visited: 33
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... some of the world's poorest people. Meanwhile, we experienced some incidents of official corruption, mostly situations or drivers rather than we as passengers had to deal with, but they were not nearly as blatant or pervasive as I had been led to believe they would be. There were many things about West Africa I found to be very surprising. First of these was that even in some of the official poorest countries in the world I saw rather little true ...