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... but you could tell something was up.
I flaked it, and slept for about 2/3 of the flight, which still dragged. We finally made it in to Boston and got to the hotel about 10:30pm. We had been on the move for god knows how long while the hotel is pretty basic, it felt bloody good to crawl into bed for a real sleep.
A day in Boston would be our next move.
... when she was having her star placed was pretty historic!
After the Sally Field excitement, we went for a table service lunch in the Hard Rock Cafe, which was lovely. Great service, me and Rich had some fruity 'mocktails', Lucy and I had Mac and Cheese with chicken, and Rich had fajitas with beef, chicken and shrimps which he loved. Very nice meal.
We returned to the hotel briefly to make a plan for the rest of the day, and it's at this point ...
... we headed to the dodgers game and boiled in the sun wearing our new dodgers t-shirts. They had an amazing 4-1 win and it was exciting for Steve to see his first Major League Baseball game! This morning (Monday the 21st,) we picked up our snazzy fan and headed into the LA traffic on the freeway! We are both pretty ready to leave The smog and busyness of LA and head for the bears and green trees of yosimite national park! This is where the real journey ...
... LA today, just like nearly every other stop in LA has been for a while now. Since nobody could go ashore with me, and there’s nothing near the port anyway, I just stayed on the ship and hung out. I went up to the crew deck for cell service to get internet and found out I received a rejection letter from a summer rattlesnake technician position. Sad day. However, I also got texts from Mike with words of encouragement and also telling me the pregnant cat we are fostering from ...
... stopped to wave hi to every single person sitting in an aisle seat), and played a LOT of cars. No major meltdowns (a little crying when we wouldn't let him try to disarm the aircraft door at 38k feet and anytime Cliff tried to take him out of my sight). For a kid who woke up at 6am and has had less than half of a full night's sleep I'd say that's awesome. We never even had to break out the iPad!
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