Inn at Millrace Pond
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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In 24 hours, Scott and I should be getting on our plane at JFK flying to Sao Paulo Brazil. Am I packed? No. Is the house cleaned up and ready? No. Did I spend 5 hours watching World Cup soccer today? Oh, yes. And it was fun. But not as much fun as being in ...
... Probably not. Same here.
5. You're breaking our hearts. I'm so depressed that you're leaving. Why are you doing this to us?
Yes, we had family considerations, and yes, we will miss everyone. We'll be missing family events, birthday parties, a 20th college reunion. I understand that 6 months seems like a long time to some people but this is not permanent. We have no illusions of not coming back to the US. We may not ...
... house complete with Thomas the corgi we went down to the local mall to get a US SIM card for the phone and check out the shoes which are so cheap and stock just the right sizes. Nicki and Jill both tried and bought much to the boys disgust but you cannot walk away from an obvious bargain now can you.
On the drive back home we were introduced to New Jersey's answer to the NZ possum - Deer. Because the properties are nestled in parklike woodland ...
... season in 1998. Sparkee wears number 98.
More pertinently to actual baseball, we saw this stuff that I'd never seen before:
- An entire game (albeit 7 innings long) with no walks on either team.
- Three doubles in a row.
- Highly entertaining play in which, with a runner on first, the batter hit a rocket that careened off the pitcher's foot, was caught by the ...
... exact opposite. Super-storm Sandy was forming around the Bahamas and was heading toward the NY metro area. Reports called this a perfect storm that was like no other. Typically, as tropical storms move north, they are pushed out to sea by the jet stream. But a high reassure front over Nova Scotia was causing a rare occurrence whereby the jet stream was running east-to-west and was threatening to push Sandy into ...