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Fun day! LaureAnn and I drove over to Salem, Massachusetts for all things witchy! What a beautiful day. the drive was wonderful - lots of great conversation, story swapping, beautiful scenery, and then Salem itself.
We walked around, visited a couple of the sites, one being the only structure left from the witch trial period. That is the home of Judge Corwin.
Saw The House do Seven Gables that inspired Nathaniel ...
... It was then time to head out to meet my host and hostess for the last leg of my journey, Michael and LaureAnn Price. They live about an hour from Poughkeepsie in Torrington, Connecticut, which is why I went to Poughkeepsie in the first place. But I am so glad that I did. What a lot there is to do around there!
That brings us to today! Almost caught up.
It has been a beautiful Sunday. We ...
... art on the seed packets. We were also able to see some of the old equipment used to separate the seeds from plants. Amazing how they did it back then. The manager, Irina, was such a sweetheart letting us roam the old building and look in wonder.They have done a wonderful job of incorporating some antiques and other items in with the seeds to make a very appealing store. We picked up some ideas for flowers for next year and then were on ...
... kind of glad se wasn't home because I wouldn't have been good company.I needed fresh air so I went for a walk to get food and money. I had never been to the upper west side near hells kitchen before, so it was great to walk around a new part of town. I took photos of the lincoln centre, and colombus circle before coming back, practicing some spanish then goin to bed, with "Danbury, danbury, danbury" still in my head until midnight.**** you latino ...
... Pass. The trip up through the Dolomites was magical for me. The roads were windy and the alpine towns beautiful and idyllic. There were four of us in the car, a little Opel Corsa with a 1100 cc engine. At one point going up the Passo Fedaia I was worried that we were overtaxing the poor machine and pulled over to let it cool off. That memory was one that persisted into this summer’s trip that traversed many of the same ...