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... finally perfectly the temperature of the shower in the house. It's taken me AGES to get it right, but today I actually put my brain to good use and thought about it. Normally I am in such a daze that I just try the various taps and eventually get there.
I feel like this is a very tangential blog (perhaps they all are?). The Hudson is crystal clear again today and it is more nippy. Not helped by the fact I forgot my bobble hat! I'd say perhaps the ...
After staying the night in Fishkill near I-84, we drove the relatively short way down to Tarrytown where we planned to visit Sunnyside and Lyndhurst which were not open when we passed through on the way up the Hudson to Albany from New York City.
The Sunnyside visit was a bit disappointing to me because it seemed so short. Although Washington Irving seemed to live well in the home he set up for his ...
... his days driving to upstate New York. We had an early dinner, but the food did not live up to memories. We kept on driving into Connecticut, and got to the park just as Jimmy was being introduced. He played a great show, and Amy bought a couple CDs. During intermission, Sophie couldn't believe we wouldn't go talk to him, so ...
... to do over the next 7 weeks, there are 3 things I must do before getting on a plane home:
- Try something new
- Learn something new
- Help someone along the way
... me so he does have a habit of distracting me by making me rub his tubs.
The weekend was pretty chilled compared to other weekends. I went to a brunch party (not really a party, but a gathering of people where brunch was served) on Saturday - croissants, bagels, cream cheese, almond-thing, pancakes and cheese cake, all delicious.
The afternoon was spent playing various games, including pictionary, that game where you stick ...