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1st Day out of Canada.
This is the day we're living on the edge. Not knowing how long Sioux's new hairdo would take we didn't know what time we would be leaving Canada. Our next stop is a small seaport village called Mystic in the New England area in Conneticut. A total of approx. 753 kms and 431 metres. These GPS things are very precise. Allowing for wrong turns and unplanned diversions that Sioux might 'accidentally' take us on I figured maybe add ...
... about our accent we quickly claimed Florida as home. If that resulted in skepticism, then we responded with 'Jst kddng, w'rr Kw's'. While they wrestled with this primitive tongue we disappeared in a state of utter humiliation into the crowd. Better to stay alive at the end of the day. I did notice that something has been learned from their experience. Pic 10. Could this be the new challenger wrapped up in secrecy? On then to the absolute pinnacle of opulent ...
... my mehndi disappear over a 2 week period. It was very sad.
-- I miss India so much. I cannot wait to go back.
-- I went to a concert with my best friend since 1st grade, Katherine.
-- I never would have guessed just how much I missed working out. I try to go everyday, and have been doing pretty well, thankfully, so that I do not pack on the pounds from how much Chipotle I eat.
But the most exciting thing that I have to share is ...
New Britain is one of New England's old industrial towns, nicknamed "The Hardware City" because it’s the headquarters of Black & Decker and also “New Britski” because it used to have heavily Polish population. I stopped in town only to see the New Britain Museum of American Art, the ...
... museum was under renovation during the time of my visit with part of collection on view and the rest temporarily in storage or on loan to other museums. There was still plenty of good stuff on display, though.
A few miles west of central Hartford is another focus of touristic interest, the next door homes of Mark Twain and Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin. In the era before and ...