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... right in your way - deal with it!" The other good thing, a fast hitch into town. Took about 10 minutes, at the longest! Thank you to the guy in the black S.U.V., I hope your daughter countinues to do good in Oregon with all she is doing there. ----------------- There has been one issue, my weight. I am loosing a good amount. I am trying to eat a lot more, but it is comming off fast :( This could be disastrous for my South Bound portion of this Yo-Yo attempt. All I ...
... our Roadtrip and enjoying our last drink together. Played our last game of "guess dat bill!" Where josh pretends to be northern Irish Eamon Holmes and give 3 possible options of the bill total to be in with a chance of winning €100.000. Played this game almost every restaurant. Said our goodbyes in the ridiculously busy time square, wished josh luck with leaving the country due to the possibility his speeding fine from Arizona he never paid may prevent ...
Took the Stang for one last spin around an abandoned overflow car park next to a ski-resort on the outskirts of Ramsey. Managed to donut it a couple of times throwing dust and rocks high into the air. Drove the Stang into Manhattan for it's very last drive of the Road Trip. Looking out to the New York skyline as we neared the city. We drove into. Lincoln tunnel and out onto 7th Avenue where we took the Stang for a short ride around New York. Dropped the car off at ...
... Booked ourselves onto the Maid of the Midst which took us right up into the Horseshoe waterfalls, we got full on drenched despite the ponchos. Feeling like Bruce Almighty but missing the umbrella hat. Walked up close to another waterfall by the dock where we got even more drenched. Back in the car for our final long drive in the Stang to Ramsey, New Jersey. Had news half way there that ...
... and the world. One can imagine that it was probably unbelievable to many people.
It is an amazing thing to imagine that these fossils were and still are right under the ground we walk on. Makes you think a little differently about what's under the surface of the earth.
Ian was literally chomping at the bit to get to the reptile and amphibian exhibit. To put it in perspective he wanted to go there ...
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