Inn of the Hawke
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... set up for delegates on two different floors of an extension to the theatre that had been built years ago. It is now used for overflowseating with CCTV for assemblies and conventions. Folk fromlocal congregations were also invitedto welcomeand talk with the delegates.
A nice but tiring day, but more to come. Wallkill and Patterson on Thursday!!
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... to a video arcade that is not in your town. Most people are playing alone consoles at home these days. Visiting an arcade every once in awhile enables a far more interactive and social environment.
It is best to also have other hobbies away from just playing video games. Spending too much effort playing games is potentially unhealthy. You will need to ensure that you get involved in other activities also. You can actually become dependent on video gaming, so just ...
... with this medical brigade trip. I'm so happy and fortunate that I have this opportunity to be doing what I love to do. At times I forget why I signed up to get involved in this commitment due to the insane amount of obligations that is demanded from me for school, work, etc. However each time I forget, I'm happy once more when I realize how I'll be helping others, which is exactly what I want to do in life.
... had a plaque on the wall saying that one of Abe Lincoln's sons used to stay in this room when he was in town!
It was a lovely evening, so I bought a sandwich, and took a walk along the Delaware River, which separates New Hope, Pennsylvania on one side, and Lambertville, New Jersey on the other. Very pretty!
Decided it was to early just to stay in, and as my final drive into NYC should be less than 2 hours, I thought I would ...