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... day. Meaning, a company had required its employees to volunteer there for the day. Pretty cool policy, and we did accomplish quite a bit. We split into various crews, some working on tearing out old wallpaper of a home (like LAYERS thick wallpaper!), installing drywall, painting the interior of the new building, and building a ramp to a future playground site. Snacks and lunch provided! (an essential to any happy crew)
Tuesday saw us at the Shepard Recreation ...
... a prison, it was visited by all sorts of people, tourists and celebrities when it first opened, with inmates in their cells. So revolutionary many newer prisons were modelled on this. Apparently when Charles Dickens visisted the USA the top 2 things on his to do list were the Niagara falls and Easter State Pen. It was briefly home to Al Capone who I think was rather unfairly given a pretty nice cell. Out in the yard they had a mini baseball ...
... so I waited in line again for 4 hours to get a new flight. That flight was also canceled, so I waited in line again for 4 hours for another new flight. Finally, after 3 days in the airport, I was able to fly to Louisville. It was not quite the welcome home I had in mind, and severely cut down the time I would spend with my entire family in Louisville.
That being said, I would like to make a ...
... line after catching the Phlash Bus from the Zoo into town. Philadelphia is such a lovely city; spacious, park-like and lots of lovely statues and points of interest. I did think of school as one of the stations was called St Martins, quite a nice suburb too.
We made it back to the station by 2:30 and Peggy was there to get us as the "Graduation / welcome / birthday party was starting at 3.
... 1838 the Borough of Doylestown was incorporated.
An electric telegraph station was built in 1846 and in 1856 a branch
of the North Pennsylvania Railroad was
completed to Doylestown. The first gas lights were introduced in 1854.
Because of the town's relatively high elevation and a lack of strong