No injuries yesterday, which is a good thing.

The day began very slowly, as we all met at the Thorndale train station at 8:30 in the morning. The Septa system was so not ready for us, even though Darleen called in advance. It took us 45 minutes to load the train, and then we finally arrived to Philadelphia. Showbo and I enjoyed a nice nap while we were on the train, but we could have used some more sleep. Well, then we all had a mini tour of the city, which was extremely boring for me, with the whole blind thing, and was a lot of walking. We stopped at themarket for lunch during the busiest time of the day. It was too freaken crowded, especially being in the city, and I believe CPL could have had timed things a little better. Whatever. After lunch, we went to the gallery, and we were told we could go shopping. Needless to say, that never happened, because we were given a list of tasks to accomplish. Showbo and I finished our tasks just in time to meet the group to board the train for our trip home.

Following this long and crazy day, the concept of sleep entered my mind, and we just went directly to bed. We did not pass go, and we did not collect $200. J

Next Wednesday I am going to Harrisburg on Amtrak, and the train trip will be different using Showbo, instead of my cane. Showbo did an excellent job on the field trip, and I believe she will be quite good during the next time we use the train. I am actually looking forward to using Showbo with all my travels, because she is just better, and cuter, than my cane.

Have a great day, and I will talk to you soon.

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