Stockbridge Ramsdell House on Hudson
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... the Hudson River in Beacon, New York. Dia:Beacon occupies a former Nabisco box-printing facility that was renovated by Dia with artist Robert Irwin and architects Alan Koch, Lyn Rice, Galia Solomonoff, and Linda Taalman, then of OpenOffice. Along with Dia's permanent collection, Dia:Beacon also presents temporary exhibitions, as well as public programs designed to complement the collection and exhibitions, including monthly Gallery Talks, Merce Cunningham ...
... our refrigerator does not run well without power and since John does not want to unhook most nights, this is important for us.
Unfortunately, we woke up to a few sprinkles and then had some brake controller problems early in the day. We thought that problem was behind us, and the problem soon went away again, so maybe it is. We are fearful about the rain in Florida, though. ...
... for BEER! We dropped into the Peekskill Brewery and had some amazing beer tastings, good grub, and views of the Hudson Bay. On our way back, stopped off at West Point, the oldest military academy in the U.S.
I guess the Hudson Valley has many of the "oldest" things in America because the wedding was at the oldest winery! The Brotherhood Winery. We didn't get ...
... Giant chocolate muffins and Mountain Dew! Starting as we mean to go on obviously, haha. Our route was up the east side of the Hudson River, which is really lovely, although I'm pretty sure it's wider than the English channel. When we arrived into Sleepy Hollow, we walked through a beautiful area of housing to reach the old cemetery, which Laura has wanted to visit ever since she saw the film. The cemetery is gorgeous, which I know is weird to say, ...
... bottles (two different brands) had these words written on them: “No Artificial Growth Hormones*” (notice the asterisk, indicating a footnote in 2-point font). I got out my pocket electron microscope and read the footnotes. On one bottle, the footnote said, “* No significant difference in milk from cows treated with artificial growth hormones.” The other said, “* To satisfy our consumers.” ...