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... of Art in Manchester, New
Hampshire, a very good indoor attraction to visit on a very cold day. By the
standards of large public collections in big cities the Currier is quite small
but was definitely worth a stop while in the area. The museum has a small
European gallery but is mostly works by American artists, especially those
active in New England with a large portion of the collection modern and
contemporary works. The museum has a few ...
... with more seating in the back. We opted to sit in the booths to people watch and leaf peep. Oldies music blared out and I sang along to most of the songs.
After a ridiculously awesome breakfast at the Main Street Diner, we climbed at The Parking Lot Wall. Really. It's called that because you literally drive into the lot, park, and hike 20 steps up to the rock with a lot of routes. This is my kind of approach!
We climbed a few ...
... to the CEO during this casual event. "Yes, I love it here. I'm working very, very hard." Difficult to say with a Nerf "Magnus" in your hand.
The tech support teams had drinksies for us on Thursday night last week, seeing as it was Skeletor's last night before he sods off to Burning Man to spend the week stoned and naked in the desert before returning to Sydney where I will resume smacking him around. They took us out ...
The loon was VERY unhappy that the bald eagle was hanging out in our pine tree. Luckily, the loon chicks are old enough now that they don't have to worry about the eagle. This eagle hung out for a long time, and wasn't bothered by us or the dogs. It's ...
... to Waterville Valley on the Mad River, in the White Mountain National Forest. There’s a cross-country ski resort there, and we hire cross country skis, boots and poles and get a day-pass each for the very reasonable total of $60 for two. Start on the Pond Loop, a relatively level circuit around the small lake in front of the village. We have never been on cross-country skis, and it is some 25 years since we did a day’s skiing at Mt Buffalo with the ...