Wentz is stoked about Christmas Day Football!
Who is ready for some Christmas Cookies? We are, We are!!!!
I like this historic house a lot. It was built-in 1728 by the Keith Family.
The property was a huge asset during the Revolutionary War for both Washington’s and Howe’s Forces. The Patriots used this property during the local battles. When the British took over the area with their victories against the Americans after the Battle of Brandywine. They set up encampment here using the farms resources.
It was a hot and steamy afternoon but well worth the trip. Stop by if you are ever in the Horsham area!
Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
We all hope you have a happy and healthy 2017!
We went with the Roomie to see ‘A Christmas Carol’ at the historic Walnut Street Theater.
Mr. Nigel Murray loves the theater. He said it reminded him of his days in London.
We all wondered if he wore clothing in London? It’s not a question one just blurts out and he wasn’t being forth coming.
Pablo gave the show 12 nubs up! He was loving the songs and chuckling along like the rest of us. It was a wonderful day In Town. We are all starting to feel the Christmas spirit! God Bless us Everyone!
It is with sad heart that after 12 years of travel and adventure Bjorn Maelstrom is being forced to retire. This weekend saw his worst injury today.
While visiting Historic Hope Lodge to ring in the fun Christmas Season Bjorn suffered another radical amputation. If you follow his travels you know that he’s lost both hands, his tail, his nose and his hair due to many individual circumstances. This time he has lost his arm. He is running out of parts to fall off.
So for his future safety and under much protest the old boy is now shelf bound. His family and friends will keep up the travels and adventures but for the foreseeable future Bjorn will be a quiet old man in retirement 😦 This makes us all sad since he was the one who started it all. Hang in there our Norwegian friend.