Budget Inn Strasburg
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... poison dart frog, Timothy was a card-jay (cardinal/blue jay) and Emma got to be a princess. Well, when you're all dressed up you might as well make a movie, right? Meanwhile, all I heard from Timothy was how "immature" I am for a 23 year old... kids these days. All I have to say is that they better remember this the next time they want to call me boring.
Diane and the kids took me to see a play that weekend as well, which ...
It's hard to believe that we are leaving for Italy and Greece tomorrow! I am beyond excited for this trip and cannot wait for the adventure to begin. As excited as I am for the trip, I am not so excited about packing. For one who travels abroad frequently, you would think I would have no trouble packing; however I always procrastinate on packing. I have had things laid out for days, but ...
Since it turned out to be a beautiful day and didn't rain as we heard it was going to do, Caitlyn did a Rope Adventure! We're so happy that she overcame a few fears and didn't give up on a few of the more difficult obstacles. She took her time and did it! It was really great to see her so high up in the air and having such a great time. She spent almost an hour up there!
9 hrs, 16 kms
This segment is of my Superhike is a 2 day hike, so after a chilly night sleeping in my car, I get an early start on down the road. Right south of Middletown I take a detour to check out a "plantation"--which turns out to be little more than an old house on a knoll and barn--but it is nice to get off the highway and enjoy the idyllic country roads.
There are, of course, Civil War markers all along the way. Here ...
... theological movement that didn't believe in the trinity (a central dogma of most Christian denominations) and the Universalists didn't believe that anyone was going to hell--then in the 1960s the two denominations merged" he explains.
But clearly this denomination has evolved far beyond just debating some vague, obscure dogma. "Are there athiests in your church?" I ask
"About 25 percent are athiests... another 25 percent are secular humanist who believe ...