Costello's Guest House
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... structures which resulted in her being nicknamed the Spiderwoman. Her largest spider sculpture titled Maman stands at over 30 feet (9.1 m) and has been installed in numerous locations around the world. She became recognized as the founder of confessional art. After this visit, we went to visit Beacon, Very charming city with glass and art shops. On our way back we stopped to have a dinner at Biddie O'Malley. Good food (Roasted chicken and ...
... with temperatures in the 40's for the 1st few hours. The winds were very strong all day and coming at me from the northeast. Sun came up as I approached Indianapolis. Got a nice shot of the skyline.
... and Marty did get it running....... as long as it was being given Ether. It could not stay pressurized and not enough diesel was getting past the injection pumps. They narrowed the problem down to an area, and an exploded diagram showed a pretty complex situation which requires taking apart quite a lot of the engine. The mechanic said he would love to work on it, but it being a volvo there is no way he can get the parts if we need them. He ...
... on the Hudson unless you are behind an island or up a stream away from the traffic, and we got some good waves for sure. The other thing is that there are train tracks on both sides of the river, and they announce themselves coming into Marlboro on our side. It was a bit of a loud night, but what can you do. Staying at the yacht club would have been exactly the same, but more expensive! We were planning to get up and leave by 6 am to make it to ...
... a frankophile – her bedroom was styled after the queen’s bedroom in Versailles. Remember Eleanor earlier in the day? Wow.
The Gingko Tree is one of the continent’s oldest, dating to 1799.
We spotted an insect that looked like a moving stick. Have a look at the photo – any idea what this is?
We walked down to the Hudson River in the late afternoon. Sublime watching the light change and the ...