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After spending hours planning a trip over the course of many months, when everything is set up to my liking, two or three days before the trip, I mull over what may occur if the circumstances are right. By "right" I mean if our health is good and the weather fair and sunny, then I have a plan which may turn out to be quite lovely. I am reluctant to talk about it too much as not to give myself bad luck. Yet I always start a blog of a trip with what my expectations are so here it ...
... Early start today (05:45) to power walk my way up to the Grayline ticket office to get our bus tickets to Woodbury Common. I walked out of the hotel (it's still very dark at that time of the morning) and headed off. Kylie and the kids were going to head out a little later to meet me at the Port Authority Bus Terminal on 8th and 42nd Street. By the time I had gotten about three blocks and had to dodge a drunk / crazy man, a second guy who tried to get money ...
As the Fall 2013 semester came to a close, the Farmhouse went through yet another round of stirring changes. Julie, the unsuspected roomie who filled our hearts and lungs with smiles, and Chelsea, the voice of reason, is leaving to welcome back Jacqui and Leslie, las chicas bonitas de Espana.
Meanwhile, Diane, a farmhouse lady by association, is about to embark on the greatest journey ...
... It took about 3 hours to hike from the start to finish with the break. From there we headed to one of the guide’s friends pub for lunch and some toe defrosting. After lunch we had an hour to look around. It was really cold so luckily it didn’t take long to walk the main street. Once we met up we drove to the Fishkill farms farm stand where we grabbed some fresh apples. We were both happy to start the drive back home – it had been a fun but long and tiring ...
... jolly. We showed up on a Sunday afternoon and got to ride in the Engine with our friend Earl, the Engineer. It was really neat! He taught us about trains and how they work and gave us a quick tour of the engine. Also, in case you ever find yourself in the engine room of a train that is running, you should know it is a felony for someone who isn't an Engineer to even sit in the driver`s seat! I enjoyed ...
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