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!
This summer Barry is going to take some fun adventures. Well, at least that’s what he tells us, lol.
Memorial Day is a day of reverence for out fallen protectors. It is also the unofficial start to summer. Barry went to the Memorial Day Parade to pay his respects and enjoy the neighbors.
This summer Barry is going to partake in a lot of the activities I would have normally done. I’m getting older and more fragile but I’m not completely out of the picture. This is my page after all but this Norwegian is going to take it light this summer, lol.
To all those who served and protected us…THANK YOU!
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?
This weekend Hope Lodge had their Charter Day Open House. This was so much fun. The Roomie takes us out to local Historical places if they are holding an event of some kind.
Mick likes to visit places beyond the Magic Kingdom. So much to see in the world. Hope Lodge gives a glimpse into the 18th Century.
Michael was in full regalia and making History come alive for the visitors with his Musket display. We learned so many interesting facts about the Revolutionary War. Combat and life wasn’t what we had expected.
It was a very cold day but so worth getting out and getting our knowledge on! Mick told the Roomie he wants to see more. Hopefully we have some cool adventures coming up.
Yesterday it was 63 degrees in Our Town. Today…it’s snowing.
Buddy had the Roomie stop the car so he could get a selfie with the geese. There were hundreds of them. They are the black dots in the background.
They say there is a Nor’Easter coming our way on Tuesday. Yesterday I wanted to put my shorts on and boom I’ve got to find my winter coat.
To occupy our time we played some Scrabble and SnapChat. Lame I know but at least it’s Friday 🙂
We had a Nor’Easter come through our part of the globe yesterday. It could have been a lot worse than the 5.5″ we received. Niko was very blustery and annoying but his punch was a little on the weak side…thank goodness.
We had fun playing in the snow but it was back to business. Today it was still super cold outside but tomorrow they are calling for high 47’s. YAY!
Tomorrow marks the inauguration of Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States of America.
Barry wishes 45 Good Luck. It’s not an easy job.
The guys and gals who work in this building aren’t very nice to anyone most of the time.
Bjorn told Barry he would have run for President last year but since he’s a foreigner he can’t. He knows how Arnie Schwarzenegger feels, DISAPPOINTED.
He may not be able to be President of the USA but he is Ruler of all Norwegian Explores who are 4″ tall.
Today was a grey day with an orangey hue.
Vinny got to do some painting. It was grey but not rainy at the moment so he was kind of happy about that.
Melvin mostly gets out in the autumn months but he said that this winter is more like October than January.
Bern is feeling the awesomeness of a day well spent outside and at the Morris Arboretum!
Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.