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I was so pleased this morning that the jet lag was just a passing phase... After a healthy pancake stack and maple syrup breakfast at PJs, and a wander around the campus, we left Princeton behind and our white bus headed north towards New York. We passed from New Jersey and over the George Washington bridge in New York, through Connecticut and Massachuthes and finally Vermont. For ...
We always love staying with Lynn-and she certainly knows how to spoil a guest! Breakfast on her new sunporch was a great way to start a relaxing day between our 2 driving days. Lynn also kayaks, so we headed to Gale Meadow lake, in the shadow of Bromley Mountain. (We hope to return and ski there this winter!) One of the things we love about an inflatable kayak is that it goes from a 3 foot package in the trunk to a 15 foot kayak in ...
... arriving in Dublin, Ireland on 9/11 around
10am. After dropping off my luggage, I’ll be making my first pilgrimage to the
Guinness Factory and world famous Gravity Bar where I intend to, in essence, bathe
myself in bitter and refreshing libation. Catching the 7am bus ride the
following morning may be slightly more challenging given the circumstance.
Thankfully, I’ve had ...
... Bob and I are friends from college. We learned to rock climb together. But apart from reunions and a wedding when I met Debbie, I hadn't seen him since then. Too long! They were also celebrating the quiet -- after weeks of construction strife from a neighbor.
I crossed the Adirondacks Park from Ogdensburg to Lake George to find them. The ...
... lesser nature, I have somehow managed to bring myself to this point. A point, I suspect, very few who knew me in my youth ever expected I would reach. I stand poised at the edge of a grand adventure, one which a rare few have the privilege to experience. I am reminded of the words of Longfellow:
Standing on what too long we bore
With shoulders bent ...