Americas Best Value Inn-Danbury
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... in education at public schools for 6 years, and then had the opportunity to do some Magazine work at Times Magazine etc in the good old days, as he put it, when he had a bar in his office and everyone smoked all day. Then he moved from 'for profit' to 'not-for-profit' organisations, and has done bits of consulting all the way through. Another, somewhat younger guy (maybe a bit younger than me, maybe same age, but I reckon early 20s). He seemed to know, or know of 'other Bob'. ...
... be able to get up the archives with no trouble.
Once pulled up into Tarrytown, a minibus arrives to chauffeur researchers across to the archive. Jump in, get settled and off we go! The journey to the Archive Center was very picturesque, including a number of lakes we passed by. In one there were a number of swans. There were your usual Mute Swan's about, but I think there was also a Trumpeter Swan. I could only see it for quite a distance, but its beak seemed to ...
On October 2nd, 2013 we will embark on a journey that will impact our lives in ways we can only imagine. We will arrive in Johannesburg, South Africa on Oct 4th and drive 22 hours north to Malawi to take part in a 10 day Earthship build. On the 18th we make our way to the east coast to Richard's Bay in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa for a 6 day safari. We will then fly to Livingstone, Zambia where we spend 2 weeks at a hostel in ...
The tour takes 3 hours and you see so much. It was definitely a highlight.
Unfortunately I got a migraine, a result of the incredible pace we have been keeping, and by the end of the tour I need to go to bed to recover. I can't ride anymore today.
Over the last few days we have not had good regular meals or enough sleep, resorting to ...
... told, however, that I was a far different person; as one of my friends put it, "far less like the lovechild of Eeyore and Dr. House". I wonder about that person sometimes. Was she happier? More satisfied? More self-assured? Did she look forward to the future with excitement, or dread it? Was she as afraid as now?
I don't mean to be morose. Simply reflective. I am actually very content at the moment, sitting in a Connecticut Starbucks, typing ...