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The grounds here are just fantastic. I had a quick wander around earlier. I took a break as the sun was starting to set. I think tomorrow I will go out a little later still. The colour of the sky has been incredible the days I have been here. I have had a productive day at the archives all things considered, and I had a nice chat with a lady who is doing some research on ...
... or the use of your work (or maybe that's just me?), and then there are moments when you meet people like Patricia (if that is her name...!) when you are reminded that it is worth it, and you have got something meaningful too say.
All in all, a great morning. Later I shall finish planning my Manhattan adventures. More then. Or tomorrow when those adventures have become a reality!
Love to you all. And a hug. Or two if you'd like.
... varieties (tell me to be quiet if I have already told you about this). The first is french vanilla, the second is blueberry. And oh my goodness me, it is totally amazing.
I also had a good chat with Tom today (the most senior archivist here, knows everything - well almost everything!) and he has suggested a few further avenues to explore. Time to get dug in again.
... hat, scarf and gloves - and decided to pace up and down the platform.
I wasn't intending to have as much time on my hands as I invariably did, but the 9.05 train was running late (5 to 10 minutes, as the tannoy kindly informed me). There are a number of old warehouse buildings opposite the station, which block the view of the Hudson along parts of the platform. I headed for a gap and caught site of the river for the first time (technically I saw it last night when Robin ...
This morning we walked two blocks to the Empire State Building. At the time of completion, in 1931, the Empire State Building was the tallest building in the world. It remained the tallest building in the United States until the late 1960s when the World Trade Centre's twin towers were built. Today it remains the second highest in New York, after the completion of 1WTC this year. There are 102 floors to the building, with observation decks at the 86th floor (320m above street level) ...