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|Friday, 4th November||Princeton, NJ|
|Saturday, 5th November||Institute for Advanced Study
Princeton University campus
|Sunday, 6th November||Princeton Cemetery|
|Saturday, 12th November||Ships
|Tuesday, 15th November||Light on the Mersey|
|Wednesday, 16th November||HMS Brocklesby|
|Tuesday, 22nd November||Kita's cats|
|Saturday, 26th November||Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland, NE
|Monday, 28th November||Hamann Rose Garden, Lincoln, NE|
Possibly the Institute for Advanced Squirrels. Princeton seems to have more squirrels than people. Unfortunately, I'd left my telephoto lens at home so I didn't get any photos of them.
A bottle of water in my hotel room and a couple of shots at the Triumph Brewing Company.
Princeton's cemetery is the final resting place of a number of famous scientists, President Grover Cleveland and several other notable people.
Sandown class minehunter HMS Grimsby is here for Remembrance Sunday.
HMS Grimsby left earlier in the week but has been sailing up and down in Liverpool Bay since then. Last night, the Hunt class minehunter HMS Brocklesby arrived in the Mersey and has been sailing up and down the whole time at about walking pace. What's with all the mine hunting?
I've been visiting Kita since Thursday 17th. You'll have to make do with cat photos as we've both been ill and not gone anywhere.
We went back to the Strategic Air and Space Museum to see and exhibit about Joe Beyrle, who was an American paratrooper who was captured by the Nazis, escaped, was found by the Russians and fought with them to Berlin before being repatriated. I took a few photos of the planes; there's a much more comprehensive set from the first time I visited.
We went to the Sunken Garden but they'd dug up all the plants. No, seriously. All the plants. The Hamann Rose Garden, across the road, still had a few things to photograph, though they'd emptied the brutalist fountain for winter.
Continues next month.