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Travel Blogs from Wallkill
... after some false starts got to the right office. It was about 6:55am - perfect. Kylie and the kids were already waiting at the bus gate on level 3. 7am came and went, the clock was ticking! Kylie was calling me every few minutes but there was nothing I could do. Finally the ticket seller arrived and I thought I had a chance because I was first in line.....yeah. WRONG! Some young ladies had obviously cornered him before getting into the bus terminal pleading for his help to get ...
... life: a study abroad trip to Ecuador.
The intention of this blog is to maintain connection with Diane. It is a place where we can all communicate through pictures and words, to shorten the distance not only between New York and Ecuador, but between Grove, Oakwood, and Wurtz streets.
We will all miss you Diane (and Julie & Chelsea)
and welcome back Lezzy and Jacqui~~
... to Hunter Mountain the following day.
But alas, we were snowed in. The snow came down all that day. It was too dangerous to drive anywhere, so we spent most of the day eating and drinking wine. In attempt to be productive, we walked into town to peruse antique shops and drink salted caramel hot chocolate (which was to die for). It was freezing, and I quickly came to regret my decision to leave my ...
... painting at least the “Zebra dreaming” but time is going so quickly and there’s still some last minute shopping to be done!
Last night Arynn, Sain, Claire, Neil, Matt and I went back to Wong for a yummy dinner. Arynn even organised a surprise (early) b’day dessert with a candle. Can’t believe that it’s been almost 18 years since I turned 18! After dinner we headed to Kat’s birthday at The Park. It was a really cool venue ...
... facilities be used only for farm purposes. However, printery space in Brooklyn became limited. So in 1970 construction began on a printery at Wallkill.
In 2004 the entire literature production operation in Brooklyn—including pressroom, bindery, and
shipping — was moved to a newly built printer at Wallkill.