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Woke up this morning to a lake outside the yurt and it was still pouring down with no sign of letting up, any plans we had for the day were dashed. Ran thought it would be a great idea to head back to Tom's, but we managed to avoid heading over too early in the day - it would have been frought with danger.
After a quick cuppa and a bowl of Cheerios inside the yurt, there was no chance of ...
Woke early in the morning as you normally do while camping out and stoked up the fire again, the sky was looking very overcast. Fired up the charcoal BBQ and heated up the frypan to prepare for our bacon and eggs. Ran whipped us up a quick cuppa on his little stove and we had egg and bacon sangas at our leisure. We thought we should have a barbie for tea that night and decided to keep the bacon fat to cook the spuds and onions - why waste good cholesterol.
After brekky we ...
We were up at around 8:00 to prepare to head south once again, after we packed we headed downstairs for brekky and hit the road about 10:00. Reasonably busy traffic around town but it cleared pretty quickly once we were outside the city limits, we made good time through Connecticut stopping for a break at Hartford.
We crossed the border into New York State just near Yonkers and the traffic began to build again getting at it's worst just as we hit The Bronx. It ...
... and I am passing on the tradition onto my kids.
There are two dogs, Rhubarb and Basil, the every looking for a handout of apple doughnuts twin Labrador Retrievers. They are 16 years old this year, and every time we come back, we hope to see their smiling faces. Rhubarb, affectionately known as Rhuby, is always up for a smile, scratch and ...
... once you do it, it is liberating. If I could remember with clarity each item in that room, would I start to miss them?
Our journey begins on flight #150, US Airways, to Philadelphia. This is a homecoming for me in many ways, a visit for the kids, back to NJ. Back to my roots where I spent 17 years growing up, where my kids experience ...