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... was in order. Big day. Woke to a fine but cooler morning. Sightseeing on the agenda today. Our first stop was FDR's house at Hyde Park. We saw a short film & then took a tour of the house. Really interesting & now have to go home & read up on him. Sounds like an American Gough Whitlam & the whole Polio/never being seen in a wheelchair thing is so unbelievable. The estate is right on the Hudson River & the wind today was freezing. Back ...
... turn & run which is what we instinctively felt was the best option. I asked a parking guy in a uniform (white guy finally) for a lunch recommendation. We didn't find the places he spoke of but we did find a weird place - large, only other people were a black couple with a 1 year old, he was huuuuuge wearing a basketball singlet, she didn't speak, baby's name was Christopher. We really only went in to get off that street. Cut to the end, we had one of the best meals of the ...
... my confidence improved. I was ECSTATIC and pleased with my progress.
The next climb was another classic route, High Exposure (5.6, 2 pitches, 250 feet high). We knew that this was a popular climb, so we were expecting to wait for awhile. When we got to the base of High Exposure no one was there! The groups that were ahead of us were already up on the climb. We did wait 15-20 minutes to allow the previous group to get to the second belay station before ...
... outing to Olana for the group this sunday but there were not enough takers so it was cancelled and oddly, there we were, four of us! Including Emma. Emma and I had to run because our house tour was just about to begin. I really enjoyed the tour and the description of the Churches' life there. Then we headed back home.
... couldn't tell which room was Eleanor's and which was that of the manservant by the time I walked up and down the corridor fighting my way to the doorways to take photos. Now I can only identify two of the rooms (I hope).
There were other parts of the FDR historical site to visit, like Val-Kill, Eleanor's retreat cottage, but we ran out of time so headed off for our hotel with the possibility of walking on the bridge over the Hudson if we had time.
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