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Thanks for "joining" us,
Emily, Kelly, Katie, & Adele
p.s. Word's out that Mike Milway gave a great sermon a few weeks ago which highlights very passionately the "why" of our trip: http://www.redeemerboston.org/media/hop e-for-gender-justice. Listen in if you haven't already.
Left West Boylston 7:15am. Mileage 3330. Sunny partly cloudy. 11 degrees burr!!! 9:43. Stopped for coffee N Y border. Calling stef and tony 11:23. Wilkes Barrie, PA. Stopped for gas. Snowing... $20 1:15 Hershey, PA gas & pick up McD's 1:50 back on the roAd. 33 degrees. Still cold! 4:15 Mt Jackson, VA gas $22.50 Switched drivers, 4:20 back on the road 6:29pm checked in at ...
... all dazzling with Justin Timberlake and JayZ fans (hi Gabe), drove through sleepy Newton Centre with all of its new road construction, weighed myself (amazed---matter was neither replaced nor destroyed) and climbed into bed and slept 'til noon, and marveled at the wonder of it all and how lucky I have been.
Many thanks to each of you for spending some of your summer traveling along with me and for your delicious comments that I ...
... which is a chocolate cookie with mint chips. The cookie was of medium size, tasty and very minty.
The next stop on my itinerary was supposed to be South Street Seaport to get the 7:45pm NY Water Taxi Statue by Night cruise, but being dumb I had forgotten both my subway map and street map in my hotel room, so I had to go back there to get them or I’d be wandering around aimlessly. I then took the 6 to Brooklyn ...
... s House and the Old North Church. Old North Church (officially, Christ Church in the City of Boston), is the place where the famous "One if by land, and two if by sea" signal is said to have been sent. This phrase is related to Paul Revere's midnight ride, of April 18, 1775, which preceded the Battles of Lexington and Concord during the American Revolution.