Chateau and Tudor Rooms, Saugerties Bed and Breakfast
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My flight to New Zealand is in 4 days and I think I have everything ready to go. It is hard to say though because I have never planned for a trip quite like this.
The main supplies I will be bringing are:
- 65 Liter Backpack
- 2 person tent
- Cooking stove and utilities,
- Wet suit, snorkel, and ...
... because you pay first (how do you know how much you'll need?) fuel is $3.35 a gallon. A gallon is just under 4 litres. Stopped at the Galleria on the way home (Fray got more stuff!) and then home by 5.30pm. Snow flakes on the windscreen as we drove home. Dinner at the same bloody place but this time we shared one bowl of pasta with a small salad each & it was perfect. A good day, last night here, off to Maine in the morning where it could be much ...
... after sunset, hence the title of this entry. We had to walk over the river and it was a steep, high overpass with a pedestrian path beside the road. Unfortunately all the lights at the top of the overpass were broken so it was only passing cars that lit the way. We passed 4 men, one was drinking beer, but we just put our heads down and power walked across. Probably took about 30 minutes but this river front ain't no Southbank. There was no one around but I just kept telling Fray ...
... I am trying to remember where we saw the other servants quarters - could it have been the Gould house? There seems to be more recognition of the role the servants played in the historical sites. We were to hear and see how the Irish servant women lived in several different houses on our tour of New York.
After our tour of Lindenwald, Martin Van Buren's home, we continued south to Olana, the home of Frederic Church of the Hudson River School of painters. It was rather cold and blustery so we sought refuge in the museum/office where I ran into Adrienne and Sharon of the Red Rock Circle. Vesna had tentatively ...