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July 29th – day 86
We spent the evening last night
deciding what to do about Boston. It's one of those places with lots
of history and they have a great walking trail which takes in lots of
places in one half day walk Trouble is we have kids. And they're not
that interested in any of that since they're not from USA. Plus the RV
is too big to park in Boston. After ringing the info centre they said
we'd have to ...
... and then Maeve had a little cool-down dunk in the water.
We shopped some and enjoyed people watching.
Home late afternoon for a little stop time.
Glad to see you are enjoying some cool weather. It is hot and humid here....high 30s. Soooooo nice to be out on the water, where Pam needed her jacket at one point!
... and were pleased to have extended our visit. An extended stay meant today we had to drive 300 miles to New York, although arriving in the city in the blazing sun, along the banks of the Hudson River with the new freedom tower in the distance was spectacular. We write en route to Sayville, Long Island, by train, where we get the ferry to Fire Island, hopefully two days of sun soaked cheeks and ...
... though she did look tired and was quieter than usual. Now noon and we are still in PJs and reading the paper. Bernadette is in the hospital with an ear infection and vertigo - Gabe called us - so we will not be going there tonight. We hung around here for the rest of the day and then decided to try a pulled pork place in Reading. It had other things too and I tried the pulled pork and it was wonderful! Phil had meatloaf and he was very happy with it.
... has a nice playground area and some interesting names of point of interest such as Hemlock Hollow and Lookout Point. The North River
There were a few spots that combined the natural with the historical and I was glad to get to experience them. One particular spot was as nice as it was hard to get to. ...