A Glimpse of New Jersey

This post is long (very long) overdue. I’ve been in New Jersey for three weeks (as of today). SO much has been going on in the past three weeks that it would take pages to write about it all. As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words, so I am going to retell the highlights of the last few weeks in pictures. This is a long post, so stick with me!


Our road trip mascot driving through Wisconsin.

Driving through Ohio.

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Another driving picture, this time in West Virginia.

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Breakfast of champions: Taylor ham, egg, and cheese on an everything bagel with salt, pepper, and ketchup.

Working on admin work outside of the campus ministry offices.

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Setting up for the campus ministry barbecue in the SPO Women’s Household’s backyard. This event was awesome!

Cornhole tournament on the green.

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Trip to New York City. This is a picture of the Highline, which is a new park that was built from an old elevated train line.

A lego building art exhibition on the Highline in NYC.

A glimpse of Times Square. What a crazy place!

The train and ferry station in Hoboken, New Jersey. We took the train from here to get into NYC.

A view of New York City from Hoboken.

Nighttime view of the city from Hoboken.

As you can see, it has been a busy three weeks since I got to New Jersey. It has been a fairly smooth transition, though, and I have settled in to my new apartment on campus. I will share more about where I live and what I do for SPO next week. Thanks for taking a look at my first few weeks on the East Coast!

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