Christman's Windham House
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... drove by the lovely Catskill park, walked in the little town of Hudson where we ate a hamburger in a very American style diner, aluminium counter and little stools.
He took me to the Olana state historic site, the house and estate of a famous landscape painter, Frederick Church, I downloaded one picture (of course not allowed to take pictures), and I accompanied him to an auction, I love to see the auctioneer going fast and hitting the hammer!
... here and I would definitely recommend this place. With no appointment ( granted the busiest part of this season is not on them yet, but still!) they started with us right after 1 pm and we were back in a slip before 3pm even with a few waits in between. And back in the slip before the crazy rain! We have not had a lot of it on this trip- in fact most of the places we visit have been in need of rain- the grass is yellow and crunchy and the leaves ...
... back to beautiful river views. Our anchorage at Houghtaling Island was very pretty and we felt like we were in a jungle..... the birds were so loud and as the afternoon progressed the crickets took over. In the morning we were lucky to see a bald eagle right near our boat... after the fog lifted a little. We waited a little until it was clear before Marty pulled up the anchor. It was really hard to get up and really muddy- but we wouldn't have gone anywhere in any wind for ...
... in Brooklyn - a gathering of over 40 klezmer gypsy musicians for two days; Bill Reyer – Old Men Telling Jokes on YouTube. We shared the Barcelona Gipsy Klezmer Orchestra on YouTube. You might want to look these up too and see what you think!
Back to landscapes. There is an “Art Trail” with a map that is marked so one can find the actual locations of many of the ...
... the landscape, which includes rolling meadows, forests, and a ravine. Ehlers also created a shaded, streamside path, dubbed Poets’ Walk in honor of Washington Irving and other literary figures who reputedly strolled here. Today, the park features two miles of trails through woods and rolling meadows with rustic cedar pavilions, footbridges, and benches. The park is buffered on all sides by 780 acres of private lands ...
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