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Even though this is my first post,I have an entire diary full of stories that I would like to post from when my adventure started,about a year ago. Ooohhh how I love technology sometimes and the fact that I don't have to clutter up my life in order for me to remember all my memories. So here I go. I am a nanny for a Family in New York City and they are currently enjoying a nice vacation in Montauk. Of Course I had to join because I have to help ...
This was our last stop over as we drove to Massachusetts from Mexico. Only about 2 hours left &127 miles to go to get to New Bedford, MA, but we wanted to get a full nights rest and we wanted to arrive earlier in the day.
The entire trip will have taken us 10 days, 89 hours of driving time, 3, 000 miles. We dry docked 5 times at Walmarts, gas stations and 1 Chinese buffet restaurant parking lot, 1 hotel in Mexico and 4 RV Parks in the U.S.
... to many close friends waiving and ready to donate. It was a great night reuniting with old high school friends, family and many many others. On to NYC Thursday to support my son and his buddy's fundraiser at Fiddlesticks in Greenwich Village 5-9pm. Leaving Purple Haze in Durham to rest.
Thank you Keith Vibert, Owner of MONDO, for your generosity, great food, great place!
I'm still learning how to use the GoPro Camera. View on small ...
... girl, Sophia, who met Lincoln for the first time today. They were so cute together. I know they'll both be walking and causing trouble by the end of the summer.
It was a great last full day of our vacation. We are very sad for it to end tomorrow. We plan to take our time packing up to head home. Back to the grind on Monday.
Thank you to all who followed us along our journey!! We can't wait for our next camping adventure!
... that there were people in teh world not related to me.
Much of the ebb and flow of the neighborhood was based on "the old country". Gardens were a big deal and everyone had to outdo the other. Lambs would be purchased in January from the freight yards of Philly and then fattened. It took me some time to realize why the lambs I played with and fed always seemed to disappear right before Easter dinner. Everybody pitched ...