Bear Mountain Inn
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So (there it is again...) from now on I will make more time for the house in my blog. Perhaps I will do a special "house blog"? Who knows?
To those of you who thought that by now I would have run out of things to say (I imagine that is only a very few...), it has not happened yet.
More tomorrow from the Boston train and from Boston itself. Until then all you lovely people!
... is always this dark, but it had special decorations for Halloween even though we did not get the Halloween tour - I don't think.
We revisited the grounds. This time we walked through the Rose Garden - a bit lame after the summer growing season - and visited the greenhouse. This greenhouse had been quite an affair - known far and wide because of the extensive collections, especially of orchids. I probably ...
... but it is one of those exercises you have to do first before you can discuss it so...no Bafa Bafa for you! This activity, of course, led into a discussion about how to be sensitive to other cultures and how to immerse oneself in an unoffensive way into another person's world.
Our final task of the day was organizing some of the donations into duffle bags. We made sure all of the duffle bag donations ...
... 8217; books during my visits to Barnes & Noble to fantasize about my own future. It’s a beautiful world no matter what drama and events are taking place. You will always find great people willing to help you out and who want you to enjoy their lifestyle and hope that you experience it for yourself. Some even go out of their ways to make sure you enjoy your stay and carry a lasting impact in your memory. Every journey is what you make of it. Honestly, I could ...
... 87 was the turn to George Washington Bridge which is the double decker monster over the wide Hudson River and that's where we hit traffic. For 30 minutes we creeped slowly up and onto the bridge past roadworks and for the tiniest moment we were technically on Manhattan Island before the traffic picked up and we drove over to New Jersey.
Immediately the highway branched into several different exits and I was totally unprepared for it. We almost ...