Holiday Inn Express Chelsea
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As we were driving in the country one day, we passed this cemetery but did not stop. On the way back, I watched for it and, as it came into view, we pulled over. I ...
... stalk into a gallon bucket, which was kind of fun, except the blistering heat. Oh, did I not mention the heat? It was in the mid-eighties all day, which really sucks in 80% humidity, especially when you forget to regularly reapply sunscreen. That was easily the longest-feeling day of work I have had so far.
When we finished working, I took a shower (since the water is heated by the sun, it is usually pretty ...
... after lunch. Lunch was at a local staple: Brown's Hot Dogs...it's being run by the second generation and they boasted the best coney dogs in the area, so, of course, we had to try them! They did NOT disappoint. :) Ed, the owner, fed us on the house, which was completely unexpected and very much appreciated. I highly recommend trying them out when you're in the area...
At one of the daycares, the kids were visited by the ice cream truck, ...
... before I retired for bed. The next day I was up early for breakfast then went back to bed.a few hours later me as Gary went to get some lunch,then returned to the hostel and sat in the garden talking to another fella who worked at the hostel although today was his day off. The girls from Toronto the night previous had advised going to see the Toronto blue jays as it was only $11 and they were playing that night so I left Gary and went for a walk to have a ...
Went and watched Kendall's gym session - just like kindy gym in Aussie. Then to watch Brady play football (American style). It's called flag football, like Auskick I guess, as the kids had straps hanging on each side that would detach if the opposition caught them and pulled on them. I actually have a better understanding of the game now after watching the modified junior game. Freezing cold though. So was doing my 'Nanny' duties ...