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Probably a few years before CIA meant Central Intelligence Agency it meant Culinary Institute of America. When I was a kid we had family on my father's side who lived in the Hudson Valley not too far from Hyde Park. I began liking to cook already at a pretty young age and was fascinated by the big building we passed on Route 9 north of Poughkeepsie that I was told was a college for chefs.
Hyde Park really isn’t that far from where I mostly grew up ...
... and Christina were home. Unfortunately, the rest were in class. I arrived at Marist at 10:40am and was leaving by 10:52am, Mom read in the car while i visited with Amber and Christina. I didn't get to see everyone but nevertheless, I was extremely excited to catch up with them quickly before they left for class. We watched videos and saw pictures of what they had ...
... of the supplies can be seen in the photoI have also made a couple travel arrangements:
- Flight from JFK to Auckland
- Flight from Christchurch to Adelaide
- Flight from Adelaide to Melbourne
- New Zealand Intercity 60 hour Flexi bus pass
- Australian Grey Hound hop on hop off bus pass
- Australian 3 ...
... br> I made a short jaunt across the Hudson to Catskill and the home of fellow Hudson River school painter Thomas Cole whose home preserved as a National Historic Site. Maybe it’s because Cole is now better known than Church that his house is a unit in the National Park System while Church’s house is only a state historic site.
Back on the east bank of the river I stopped in Hudson. I knew little about Hudson and pictured a rather down and out working-class river town, ...
Rhinebeck, New York is a quaint little town in the heart of the Hudson Valley, nowadays sometimes called "The New Hamptons" after one of affluent New Yorkers' other summer resort playgrounds as this part of the Hudson Valley has become more gentrified in recent decades with wineries, horse farms, and small-scale artisanal food producers replacing the commercial dairy farms that still dominated Dutchess County’s rural scenery when I was a ...