Statue of Liberty

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September – 26, 2010 – Went to Statue of Liberty, skipped New York City Athena became ill over night, and neighbors on Both sides of us Partied until 4am this morning keeping us all up. Athena was too ill to … Continued

Athena’s Birthday, failure

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September 11, 2010 – Athena’s Birthday, failure Today is Athena’s B-day, we baked a cake at 400 degrees for 25 minutes and got a chocolate rock! Yup, I did it again, another dessert that requires a jack hammer to eat, … Continued

Berlin

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  September 3, 2010 – We Travel to Berlin Grocery day today, so off to Berlin. Why Berlin? They have a Walmart of course. The Walmart in Berlin was different than most, as the product selection was more from the … Continued

Warrenberg behind the Iron Curtain

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New York is quite the state! Rules are the name of the game. One cannot touch any body of water without being in an official swim area with at least three life guards present. Swimming pools require two parents present, … Continued

Niagara

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August 30, 2010 – Tour of Niagara area   Space Needle Toronto! I guess everyone needs one. This one is visible from Niagara Falls. Boy we spent a day out and about again. We started our Day in the Lock … Continued

Lake George

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September 1, 2010 – The power to our loop is out, too hot to stay so we find Lake George. It was hotter than Hell Mi. today, and the power to our campsite was dead, so we opted for Wed. … Continued

Warrenberg

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August 31, 2010 – Travel to Warrenberg behind the Iron Curtain New York is quite the state! Rules are the name of the game. One cannot touch any body of water without being in an official swim area with at … Continued

Travel to New York

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August 29, 2010 – Travel to New York The clash between the anti US people, the Liberals, the Conservatives, and the Indians is still alive and well in New York State. In one day we ran into folks from just … Continued