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... t completely missed the fall leaves turning on the trees and the Green Mountains are beautiful because of it. I got very excited over some covered bridges in Bennington, we ate dirty food in a redneck diner and some not so great Mexican food in Manchester Center. So far so ...
... Hudson River Valley
We drove south Along Taconic State Parkway south to I84 then west to Tri State Area at Point Jervis where New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania all intersect. Paul had told us about this unique place where the interstate crosses the Delaware river. The key for us was a campground called Tri State RV Campground (clever name, huh?). So after 276 hard, grueling, yet beautifully scenicked miles we dragged our selves into ...
... dilapidated but sturdily built, beautifully detailed Victorian row houses that dominate the view from Building Five, MASS MoCA’s vast splendid exhibition space. Porches, you see, was inspired by MASS MoCA (Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art) the visionary array of galleries and performance spaces taking root in a sprawling 19th-century mill complex. Phase I of MASS MoCA, 300,000 square feet of award-winning ...
... have been left as an industrial memorial.
The vast space accommodates many industrial size exhibitions of contemporary art works. Although most of what is on display isn’t among my favorites when it comes to art, the MOCA works well as a display space for exhibiting such works.
To get to North Adams I took the road through Mount Graylock State Park and up to the top of the mountain. ...
I recall driving through Williamstown on a family road trip to Canada in the early 1980s right around the time I was starting to think about colleges. I had heard of Williams College and somehow liked the idea of a small college in a mountain town. I wanted to go to school some place warmer, though, so didn't apply, but recall one of my middle school friends who went to a different high school ...