Stockbridge Ramsdell House on Hudson
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... pictures, testimonials that take you right back to that horrible day in our history. We spent 4+ hours in the museum and could have stayed longer is we had more time. A pear tree (Emma's Tree)became known as the "Survivor Tree" has been placed beside the pools. In October 2001, the tree was discovered at Ground Zero severely damaged, with snapped roots and burned and broken branches. The tree was removed from the rubble and placed in the care of the New York ...
collections worldwide. He has painted on location in Hawaii, France,
Switzerland, Bermuda, Florida as well as his Hudson Valley home.
$55 per person, includes breakfast and garden tour. Pre-registration is
required no later than Tuesday, August 5. Click here for a registration
form or visit www.cceulster.org and click on Registration Forms.
Check in is at 8:00am for ...
We had a good night's rest and called the repair shop first thing this morning. All day long, they were trying this and testing that and calling the Workhorse help line (our motorhome's chassis manufacturer) to try and figure out what was wrong. It took all day and we finally got our RV back at 5:00. Basically, they didn't find anything wrong, but flushed ...
... my tank bag. I could see the large white board over head and before I dug my pass out, the reader sensed it inside my tank bag. Thank you Catherine for suggesting I order an EZ Pass as it sure simplified going through the tolls. The police are promoting zero tolerance in Vermont for speeding. I have seen a lot of people pulled over for speeding in the last 3 days so for the people traveling a few days behind me, be forewarned and take it easy. The police are out in force to ...
... because the light is bad in the RV, and I can’t see very well anymore), peer down at the mole, and see legs. Barbara has a pet deer tick, embedded in her left side. I get tweezers and start pulling. I figure it will just come out. Nope. The little bugger really hangs on. Perseverance pays off, though, and I’m able to extract it, put it in a Ziploc bag, and freeze it (in case it needs to be tested for Lyme disease ...