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... fun. They even drove us out to the Jersey shore and Boardwalk at Seaside Heights after our work day was over. It set the bar high for future interactions with circus sponsors.
So obviously we've been looking forward to seeing them again and today did not disappoint. Big hugs and catching up on everyone’s lives for the past year filled the day. We met Mark’s daughter who had been born not too long before we were here last year. And even though the three ...
... graduation party, spent a lot of nights out in Morristown, found a very unreliable taxi driver Venice (be born "The Venice" dance move :), had prank wars, went to the beach (cost about $10!), and just had so many laughs hanging out with everyone :)
Also had a fake birthday :) Stephen made a few cakes at camp and I think we must have been a bit bored one night so the cake became my birthday cake.
... and over drinks, we all caught up on what’s going on in each other’s lives. Glen had wanted to drive us to Manhattan for food and fun, but since we needed to meet up with our sponsor contact that evening (and the drive from Linden to Lakehurst was over an hour), we opted to get food in Linden and spend as much time together as possible (a far, sad cry from Manhattan, but it was still a great time).
So we went to an Asian fusion restaurant in ...
... gravesite overlooking Oyster Bay where he had enjoyed a great deal of his childhood. His home, Sagamore Hill is also there, but closed for renovation. The grave is simple but tasteful...what you would expect from an upper crust President. Bully!!! One more interesting fact. Did you know that the "Teddy Bear " was named after Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt? Yep!
On to Princeton, New Jersey. Strange way to get me there. Both Garmin ...
... hundred metres away from the Port Authority Bus Terminal which is a major hub for subway and buses.
We purchased 2 return tickets to the stadium for the express shuttle which takes you right there. It only took about 15 minutes but on the way back it took over an hour thanks to the infamous New York traffic.
We arrived at the stadium with about half an hour to spare so we walked all the way up the ramps to the ...