Gloucester Inn By The Sea
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... narrative only compounds itself as you read the political and economic implosion of country after country after country. Sadly, the primary themes that seem to emerge around African history are not the most optimistic ones:
White Flight/Economic Degradation: Following independence, hundreds of thousands of white colonists fled their regimes, packing up everything, from economic investments to advanced skills, and taking it back ...
... a mile of the place and figured the patio bars would be just as bad. Boo hoo! I do want to give kudos to Honey though…Salem, haunting, witches, tombstones…this is of absolutely no interest to him but he hung. I may have had (a lot) more fun with my girlfriends in Salem but this blog is called Adventures with Honey for a reason..so, thanks Honey!
Cutting Salem short left a couple of days to discover the ...
We set out early on Friday morning August 30th. The plan... To begin at its beginning and follow US Route 20 as far west as we could with our allotted time, leaving time to return by the Interstate. Armed with a brand new car with blue tooth, a tablet, a smart phone with sirius/xm radio, a laptop, a GPS, old fashioned printed maps, AAA guidebooks for each state and our Hotwire account we hit the road. The trip began with a great ...
... peanuts and Fenway dogs ON THEIR HEADS and sang along with the songs. There was a player on the Rays team called Desmond Jennings (that was Josh's dad's name). He's now conflicted about who he should go for, but Im Red Sox all the way baby!
The Red Sox won with a home run in the bottom of the 9th - what a great experience!
im frantically finishing this off, as we're about to head up to our next city by train - NEW YORK!
... of this vacation works out really well. I did not think I would need a transition from working to retiring, now I know I do. It was bittersweet to leave the place where I spent the last 17+ years, and the people whom I can call my friends. I am forever grateful for the touching send-offs my team, friends, and colleagues gave me!
Off to bed now. After we get up, it'll be all the last minute stuff, then leave!