MTA New York City Bus: 1998 Nova Bus RTS-06 #4902 On The Q17 At Horace Harding Expwy & Kissena Blvd



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Seen here is a 1998 Nova Bus RTS-06, numbered 4902, under the MTA and New York City Transit (MTA New York City Bus), operating on the Q17 at the Horace Harding Expressway and Kissena Boulevard in Flushing, Queens, NY making its way towards Kew Gardens Hills in Jamaica, Queens, NY. Taken on Wednesday, January 23, 2019.

Manufacturer: Nova Bus
Model: RTS-06 [T80-206]
Bus Series: Rapid Transit Series (RTS)
Length: 40 ft.
Width: 102 in.
Height: 120 in.
Floor Type: High Floor
Fuel: Diesel
Engine: Detroit Diesel Series 50
Transmission: Allison VR-731
Year Built: 1998

Pictou Island Travel Guide | NOVA SCOTIA | Dashboard Living



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Pictou Island is TINY and most people have never heard of it but if you’re visiting Nova Scotia (or live here and have never seen it) you should add it to your list!

It’s a beach combers dream and also inhabited by one of the largest blue heron colonies in North America along with bunnies, seals, and white sand beaches that will blow your mind!

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Russian American: The Alaskan Church Today V. Rev. Nicholas Molodyko-Harris



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The Archpriest Nicholas Molodyko-Harris is an Orthodox priest, having served the Church in Alaska for over thirty-two years. He is the former Chancellor of the Diocese of Alaska, former Dean of the South Central Deanery in Alaska, and Founding Pastor of St. Innocent Bicentennial Orthodox Cathedral in Anchorage, Alaska. A native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, he attended Christ the Savior Orthodox Seminary in Johnstown, PA and St. Tikhon’s Orthodox Seminary in South Canaan, PA, where he graduated in 1961. Fr. Nicholas was ordained to the Holy Priesthood and in 1961 and has been a priest for fifty-five years. He has been married to Matushka Anastasia for fifty-five years, has six children and their spouses, and ten grandchildren. During Father Nicholas’s ministry in Alaska he serviced over twenty parishes, covering some 500+ miles of territory, all while still being a full time pastor to St. Innocent Cathedral in Anchorage. He baptized over 2,000 Orthodox Christians during his ministry. After his service in Alaska, he retired to Merritt Island, Florida in 1999, and currently serves a mission parish in Palm Coast, Florida. He is in the process of writing a book about his life experiences in Alaska.

Family RVing in Canada // Ferry to NOVA SCOTIA // “You Be You” with Zack Saint



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This week we had the opportunity to take our motorhome on the Northumberland Ferry Line across the Northumberland Strait from PEI to Nova Scotia! We didn’t even know you could take your RV on a ferry. What an adventure! They packed us in like sardines with several other heavy buses and semi trucks and we floated across to the other side in less than an hour and a half, which saved us MANY hours of driving. That was definitely a first for us in our rv life!

Once across, we quickly made our way to Truro where we met up with a fellow YouTuber, Zack Saint, who talked video games with our boys and shared with us the vision for his channel with us, which is to encourage others to be themselves and be passionate about what they love no matter what people may think or say! Zack is a great guy and we want to encourage everyone to go check out his channel here on YouTube, especially if you love games and other nerdery 🙂 Thanks for hanging out with us and showing us around your beautiful hometown, Zack!!!

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Later in the week, while Trent was flying to Louisiana, Siobhan took the boys to the oldest drive-in diner in Canada, The Chickenburger! Started in 1940, they were putting chicken on a bun before Chick-fil-a was even thought of 😉 We love us some Chick-fil-a, but The Chickenburger was such a unique, fun experience! www.chickenburger.com

After The Chickenburger we got to use our family ASTC reciprocal museum membership to visit the Discovery Centre in Halifax. What a blast! We truly love being able to visit children’s museums all over the country (and outside too) with our whole family…many of them completely free!!!! It’s perfect for family travel!

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