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... 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~~
... the water. It is paradise. I'd been looking forward to our little retreat for months.
We rode together for the two-hour drive upstate. I love meeting up with these girls because to me, it always feels like we've never been apart. We caught up on gossip, the details of Denise's newly wedded bliss, and the ins and outs of my mid-life crisis. We were due to get snow for the weekend, and were ...
... One of the highlights of the past couple weeks was getting to ride on the Christmas Train. The Christmas Train? Yeah! We got to know some of the folks who run the Catskill Mountain Railway, a volunteer organization that runs a very sweet tourist train and is preserving some of the tracks and history around Hurley. During December they decorate a train and have musicians playing Christmas music and Santa ...
... so shouldn't be too hard to find. If you want to get notifications about our updates I think you might have to sign up on the new blog page. We won't be updating mcmactravels anymore.
Thanks for checking in and I hope you enjoy the entry on our "new" blog.
When we first arrived in Hurley it was still warm and green and the fall colors were spectacular. We had some t-shirt weather not too long ago, but this week I really feel like winter started. In fact, we were getting snowed on this afternoon while tilling the garden! So with all the leaves off the trees, the garden put to bed, and a little snow on the ground, it does feel wintery.
I had a wonderful surprise in the garden, which then led ...