The Swann Inn of Beacon
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... Events, Community Free Days for neighboring counties, and an education program that serves area students at all levels. The pieces of art were from minimalist artist from different media. Imagine a huge room only filled with square metal plaques in a perfect horizontal lines, or mirrors in form of circle or square. In another room, drawing on the white wall of various squares filled with fine horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines. Another room had ...
And I have finally posted the postcard...I think (and hope) I posted all of them. Though some of you lovely people will have stamps at the bottom of your card...they are big stamps, not very good for postcards. And round.
Danielle is back in the archives today (from Brazil, working on Nelson Rockefeller) - so good to see her. It's been a strange week at the archives (end of last, beginning of this) as there are less ...
... 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. Plus 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!
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We had a small picnic on the Lyndhurst lawn overlooking the ducks or geese - I forget which now. Then we headed back to Albany on route 9-W so that Emma could see the western side of the Hudson. We passed through a lot of countryside and small towns on the way to Albany. We went through nice sections of Albany so that Emma could see that they existed. Then on to Schenectady - by then it was DARK!
... time including the “Most hardboiled eggs caught by mouth” and “Fastest 20-meter butt scoot”! Next Andy explained how we would put it together – 25 boards to make a 100 square foot mosaic! Some of the marshmallows had been airbrushed brown and we stuck them down first with spray adhesive using a colour by numbers kind of grid. We were told to take a break around 12:30 and return at 2pm when the event would officially start.
It was a ...