Comfort Inn Manchester/Lakehurst
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... with lunch (chicken salad, water, pretzels, but no Vegemite sandwiches!)
600 buses came in to drop off. That is 600, not a typo!
2700 international delegates 1400 of whom were Italian.
10 other regional conventions this weekend incl Russian, Haitian Creole, American Sign Lang
New Jersey (ours) 53388
Total Friday for all 120662
Awesome but thats all ...
We were so very excited for today…Lakehurst is home to a few quality volunteer firemen we met last year when we did advance work here and we hit it off with them so well that we all became Facebook friends and have kept in touch since then. Phil, Michael, and Mark made us feel incredibly welcome, they went above and beyond to provide for anything we could need (including much appreciated real showers at the station), and our day doing publicity with them was full of ...
... their travel blogs and partially because the costs can vary so greatly based on the places visited, activities undertaken and standard of living required. Based on the dearth of relevant information available to us, we decided to amply budget with the expectation ...
We had a great end to our weekend, just as we had a great start to it with Cole Bros. Circus. Yesterday, John's clown partner, Beth, took the bus all the way from Indiana to New Jersey to spend part of the week with us. Our mutual friend, Glen, picked her up at the bus stop and they drove out to Linden, NJ where we had parked the RV to do laundry and catch up on a bit of shopping we needed to do.
What a fantastic afternoon and evening…the four of us went over ...
... he would become invisible and unimportant (as many VPs have done) and just fade away. Boy were they wrong.
Roosevelt became the 26th President of the US upon the assassination of McKinley in 1901. He won reelection in 1904. He had been a Governor of New York and hero in the Spanish-American War with his "Rough Riders" and his legendary charge up San Juan hill. He was a conservationist who started the first National Parks.