Millbrook Country House
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... was sensational & so reasonable - $11 for mine & $5 for the soup. A trip to the gift shop of course & then we're off to walk across the Hudson. Huge, high bridge over a mile long. Freezing cold & windy. Great view though. Then we went to a tiny place called Wappingers Falls because we passed a proper coffee shop on our way home last night & we needed a real coffee for a change. And it was good. Had to fill the car which was a bit of ...
So we did get up at 4.45am & Ducko dropped us at the train for a 6.30am departure to Montreal. We googled the Melbourne Cup & heard the terrible news about Admire Rakti. Next train left at 9.30am for Albany. Really comfortable, ************e on it, spent the day writing my previous entry. Scenery once we crossed the border was very different & just spectacular. There were still a lot of leaves on the trees. The track travels beside some lakes & there are some ...
... stellar. Strictly From Nowhere was fun and because it was a new and harder climb, Ben was feeling challenged and he rocked it with flying colors!
Day 9 (Tuesday, Oct. 28) Packed up the car, said our farewells and arrived at the rock a little later than usual. We were able climb Easy Street (aka Bloody Bush) (5.7, 2 pitches) and Easy Overhang with the second pitch of Son of Easy O. This second pitch of Son of Easy O was pumpy! Talk about some exposure ...
Not sure I remember much about the morning before we arrived in Hyde Park to visit the FDR site. I still am a bit confused - having been excited by the fact that the National Park Service ran something here....but not everything. I did get us a reduction on the FDR Home tour I think with my Senior Pass as well as free admission to the Library and Museum - or was it the other way around?? We had to wait for the house tour so we went into the ...
After visiting the FDR Presidential Library and Museum and Springwood, the Roosevelt estate, we drove to Poughkeepsie and started on the Walkway over the Hudson. At first we were just going to try it and then Emma became determined to get to the other side. The late afternoon light made great lighting but I had trouble with over and under-exposures. I kept recalling some sound installation when I ...