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Wednesday, July 22, A.D. 2009

Today, I am leaving on my first trip to New England. I have never before been further up the East Coast than the Bronx.

I’ll soon pick my father up at B.W.I., and then we’ll make our trek up I-95 into the land of the Yankees. Please pray for us; I have heard unanimous reports of Massachusetts drivers.

For the next week, I have created a series of entries that will post each day concerning our stop for that day. After the trip, I’ll add linked posts to serve as travel reviews of the places visited.

Today, we plan to stop in New Haven, Connecticut to visit Yale University, Grove Street Cemetery, New Haven Green, and other historical sites near Yale.

Posted by Joseph on Wednesday, July 22, A.D. 2009
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Did you really mean unanimous? Or did you perhaps mean ominous?

Posted by Dr.D on Sunday, August 16, A.D. 2009

Perhaps unanimously ominous . . .

Those reports usually included the phrase “Mass. hole drivers.”

I can now confirm that my own experience in Boston conforms with such reports. I thought that I might die in the Big Dug. Elsewhere, the drivers were fine.

Posted by Joseph from Arimathea on Tuesday, August 18, A.D. 2009
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