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... night to make sure everything was safe and sound and the following day, the volunteers working the show, along with the police, were asking show folks how best to help us. It was heaven.
The other best part of this town was that our friends Glen, Barbara, Gina and Andy all made the trip out to see the show and hang out with us. It was as though no time had passed when seeing them (well, with Gina & Andy...we'd ...
... in the mansion. He seemed to have been a step ahead of the IKEA flat pack phenomenon! All around the building like under the great stairs and on the mosaics and ceilings, carved into the wooden skirting on the ceiling and in the crevices of pillars there were acorns and oak leaves; the family symbol of course. The mansion set out to impress and had to compete with the the other Newport Mansions of the Gilded Age. There are three other famous mansions in Newport from the ...
... of the language I overheard; I will use fudge and sugar as substitutes and to give a sweeter tone! I stood ahead of a woman who bumped into her friend at the door of the station and began explaining her custody battle with her mother for her first child. She explained ' I'm through with all that sugar. I mean I smoke my weed and that's it; that's all I need. I see all that sugar and I think naaah I don't want any of that fudgein sugar!' It was the time she spent in prison that ...
THE LONE TRAVELER
LAURIE MOULTON, RN, DNS, C-NE
This written series is designed to both entertain and inform the "itchy feet" and
“travel bug” that strikes many of us from time to time. I will start with my travel experiences within the United States first and expand to other countries from then on. Each monthly newsletter will contain a different state, region, or country.
It was our last full day of vacation before we headed back to Virginia and we found ourselves exploring a little place called Block Island – seriously one of my favorite places to visit. Block Island is a 55 minute ferry ride away from Point Judith, RI and is about 20 miles around. We boarded the 9:30 ferry (with a stop for some breakfast at Dunkin' Donuts) and to be perfectly honest with you – this was probably the ...
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