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... br> Me: "Yes, I'm traveling to a malaria zone in Africa."
Them: "We don't cover malaria pills for use out of our service area."
Me: "So let me get this straight. If I get malaria you will pay thousands of dollars to treat me but you won't pay anything to prevent me from getting malaria."
Them: "That is correct."
Profit above all else!
Fun day! LaureAnn and I drove over to Salem, Massachusetts for all things witchy! What a beautiful day. the drive was wonderful - lots of great conversation, story swapping, beautiful scenery, and then Salem itself.
We walked around, visited a couple of the sites, one being the only structure left from the witch trial period. That is the home of Judge Corwin.
Saw The House do Seven Gables that inspired Nathaniel ...
Earlier this year I finally finished putting together a reflective film about my study abroad experience. I am really happy with the way it turned out, and I learned a lot and re-remembered a lot about my trip in the process.
Digital Story Pellicano: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3CPZ1K tp54
... friend who spent the day driving me around the area. Took an elevator up to the old railroad trestle that spends the Hudson River and is not a Walkway across the Hudson. Visited the National Culinary School which is in an old monastery. Walked the property in Hyde park of FDR and drove by Val Kill, Eleanor's cottage, and the Vanderbilt house. Then drove to the Highlands area and - voila - the sun came out. ...
... Our next stop was at the Dinosaur Park. It is kind of funny that the state of CT was going to build a state building and when excavating this ground, they discovered dinosaur tracks. It is one of the largest on-site displays of dinosaur tracks in the world. Interesting. Then we were off to see a ferry that is the oldest continuous operating ferry in the US. It started out as a barge using a pole to move. It then was run by a horse on a ...