The Roomie heard about the Air Victory Museum last summer but this is the first chance we’ve had to see it.
The Summer of Barry continues with this museum. They had a piece of the 911 site and an exhibit to the tragedy of 911. It is a part of American History now. It brought up sorrow but it was an important exhibit.
There were many planes. Model Planes and some helicopters.
Buddy is a history lover from way, way back. There were exhibits for Amelia Earhart and the Hindenberg Disaster.
Barry was thinking how cool it would be to fly one of these jets. Fast and Furious….mach 3 style!
When we left we headed over to Mt. Holly, NJ for some lunch. Jimmy and Eddie found the food amazing and the beer even more amazing, lol!
A Nor’Easter came to Our Town yesterday. Her name was Stella and she was messy and heavy. She made snow not fun 😦
Buddy and the Roomie were ecstatic that our new Neighbor snow blew our front walkway. Thumbs up from the big guy!
Shelly and Lenny were a little bummed that the snow was so wet and heavy that sledding was a bummer. They tried to build a snowman but it was like rolling the snow through quick-drying cement :(**
Stella could have been worse. We ended up with about 4″ with drifted snow which turned to ice when as the day got colder. This morning we woke up to 19 degrees with real-feel temps of 9 degrees. This with Spring just days away. Weird, right?
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.
The Roomie was watching the Netflix hit “The Crown” and got us all hooked. She’s evil that way.
Eddie was especially into the mini series. He went about talking in a British Accent.
We also suspect he has a crush on The Queen…or perhaps it’s Claire Foy. He doesn’t seem to differentiate between the two.
Chef Blue loved the costume but really he wanted to see more food on the table. The group pretty much all liked it. Bjorn is sure he would have liked it had he had time to watch. Instead he was working on his new career. We have no idea what that means or what that is but Bjorn is happy and that’s all that matters, lol.
Every year the Roomie reads us Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol”.
It’s an old-timer kind of tradition but we humor her.
Fear got all scared because there were ghosts in the story. No matter how much we tried to assuage him it was for naught. The little dude is destined to be afraid of everything. I guess that’s why his name is Fear.
This weekend we went with the Roomies to the Beach.
Gru has put the word out that all off this is his…you may borrow his beach for a fee.
It was too cold to go down to the water but after the Nor’easter we got a week ago Homie was shocked that the beach looked this good.
Jeff the Clone declared this beach superior to his visit to Tatooine. That was like Death Valley. No fun!
Jeff the Clone has decided this is his new house. Until Gru explained that it is on his beach, thus, it his domain.
Jimmy and Eddie discuss why they’ve been angry that none of their travels have been included on the blog. These guys are super famous and stuff.
Don’t you people know who we are! We are the drunk guys who gave you the California Trip of 2012!!!!
So in our neighborhood we got 22.4″ of snow from Jonas. I still think it’s stupid they name the storms. Now nobody will want a friend named Jonas because that a-hole dropped 2-3′ of snow on the east coast!
I think that Homie needs a smaller shovel. It do give him props for giving it a try though 😉
I was Bjorn of the mountain. Really there were mountains of snow everywhere after the plows came through. Crazy stuff this Nor’easter business.
We decided to have some fun sliding down the hill. It would be sledding if someone remembered to bring the sled. I’m not pointing fingers but you’ll recognize him from his thumbs up…BUDDY!
Homie says he enjoys snow so much more now than when he was a garden gnome/elf. He’s a big fan of keeping dry and being warm. We all survived and the next storm to come our way has been changed to a passing rain shower so no more shoveling for a bit. YAY!!!
This weekend the Roomie and I headed out to watch the Revolutionary War Battle Re-Enactment.
We live in an area that is filled with Historic places. The battle took place in the back field of Hope Lodge.
Today’s battle saw the British taking the field. That’s revolution speak for winning.
I’m not sure if you can see behind me are the red-coats. The uniforms were really cool since this supposed to be like 239 years ago.
It turned out to be a beautiful day for a Skirmish in the back field.
If you get a chance go visit. This place is fun, historic and just a nice way to spend a Sunday.
The trees are in full color now. The Roommie wanted to see if the milkweed pods were exploding yet and as luck had it they were.
They were all over the field. I think I saw her doing a little jig. It was kind of an awkward moment.
I snagged my Milkweed Seed and made my wish. I sure hope it comes true!
We went to the wheel pump house because it’s not far from the field of Milkweed Pods. It was a great lunchtime!
I can’t wait to see where we go tomorrow!