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-10 degrees Celsius with Winter Storm Hercules closing in! And, we have a night booked at a B&B in Cold Spring on Hudson, north of New York City. The storm is all over the news - it's that big, it has its own name. It's supposed to affect 100 million people across the north east and mid west. I had a nasty headache all day - my nose still hasn' …
... last night there was also the most beautiful sunset. Though I think that is the case most evenings. I feel so privileged to be here, and working at the archives. And exploring The US of A for the very first time. Even if my solo adventure has resulted in making some great friends and acquaintances along the way! To more exciting papers and to making more new friends from across the globe! Adios (for ...
... Breakneck Ridge Sunset Hike and overnight celebration!
... that was the plan... but as you might know, plans rarely survive initial contact!
I picked up a car in NJ for the entire weekend and planned to quickly come back to Manhattan, pick up some friends and then go there... well quickly became 3 hours waiting in front of Holland tunnel. Therefore the sunset hike became a night hike. But this made it justmore ...
... but it didn't work out on either end. Hopefully the photos that made it up on Facebook at both events generate some interest and ticket sales...Mother Nature just wasn't havin' it today!
We spent the night in the parking lot, lulled to sleep by the fierce rain outside. Thankfully the next morning was overcast, but dry and after taking showers at the Y and catching up on some internet-related business, we were on our way.
... not in disrepair.
The following was taken from the website of Rob Yasinsac: http://www.hudsonvalleyruins.org/yasins ac/cornish
One of the great collections of
ruins in the Hudson Valley lies on publicly-accessible land in Putnam County. Although the layout
of property is well-known to hikers, the early history of the estate is nearly
unknown to historians. In 1917, Edward Joel Cornish and his wife Selina Bliss Carter Cornish acquired
650 acres in ...