Mt. Beacon Bed and Breakfast
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... been spoiled with great weather for the past 9 days so I couldn't complain to much..that was until I couldn't find my rain jacket. I had accidentally left my rain jacket in a restaurant in Delaware Water Gap, PA. I hiked for 3 rainy and cold days until I was able to pick up a poncho from a little trailside store. I was finally able to get a hold of the restaurant and they sent my jacket to Pawling so I could pick it up. At least now when it rains ...
... the more time to blog. So more about yesterday. We had another researchers lunch. I had a great chat with my archivist, Meg Hogan, and also with the lady I was telling you about, Pat Rosenfield (she had forgotten my name too, so all was well!). She was telling me of some amazing contacts that I could make and perhaps interview for my thesis. Which would just be incredibly amazing!
As I left the ...
We went into the Old Dutch Church which is right on the cemetery grounds. This is one old church! It was built in 1697 and is still in use.
We walked around Sleepy Hollow and up through Tarrytown. We were like the ONLY people walking for long distances. So many people in their cars were staring at us like we were crazy.
We walked by Patriots Park where we saw a monument that marked the very spot where ...
... He was very laid back and not the crazed artist I was expecting. He's actually a sand sculptor and pumpkin carver most of the time.
First we had to go to the production trailer where we got a "crew" lanyard to be able to enter the cordoned off area and a wristband so we could eat at the crew catering van. TruTV was filming the event in Times Square for their Guinness World Records show – there was a whole bunch of other record breaking attempts happening at ...
... about 8 to 10 miles away. The "taxi" was a Black Lincoln Continental, coincidently the name of a GP song on the Steady Nerves album.
I had a nice conversation with the driver, understanding about one word in five. Finding out I was in the USA to see GP he then showed how he can use his iPhone while driving to play Bob Marley’s Buffalo Soldiers on the car stereo. And he was driving on the wrong side of the road. Everyone is.
At Avis I was given a ...