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... to the side of a slow On Ramp where the average car is going 5 miles per hour. I explained that I'm doing a blog and videos and if possible could I get their pictures, but as expected the police are very camera shy.
Later on in the evening after grabbing a bite to eat at Whole Foods, I went online to find out what are the laws of hitching in the state of Pennsylvania and I found a few that said being on the ...
... believe he would have allowed us to get so involved in that quagmire called Vietnam. Yea, he had his faults and indiscretions, but those pale in comparison to the 58,000 US troops who died in that war. I believe JFK's death to be one of the greatest tragedies of our generation.
I'll bet very few people looking at the eternal flame know the large house on the hill overlooking JFK's grave is a place called Arlington House. Currently a ...
... his missus remains seated and stony faced. She must have forgot her knitting.
It was a great show, the new best yet.
I catch up with Brian who I met in Poughkeepsie and his mates Pat & David. We head off to a bar for a drink. Kevin stays behind arguing his democratic freedoms to go the stage and get his T-shirt signed. I tell him where we will be. He knows he is in Philadelphia and this is the city of Freedom and Liberty. Security disagree.
... several-point-turn in a narrow area to escape. Finally, we reached her house – situated in a development called Peddler’s View, surrounded by the fields where they filmed Signs. (The house they filmed in is nearby, too; her mother met Mel Gibson!) I finally got to meet her puppy, Molly! Molly had recently been fixed and still had the cone around her head, so she was goofy as well as cute. She is one hyperactive puppy. After dinner, Jackie and I ...
... Jadin and Aria’s age (no play sets). Still they enjoyed climbing on the sculptures and being out in the mild air. Oh, I didn’t mention the temperature was wonderful. It must have been ~78 degrees out. I’m not sure it gets that cool in the middle of the night in Texas!
Well, I mentioned a bookstore was within sight – and if you didn’t know, our family loves going in bookstores so we had to stop in there. Aria got two ...