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... of President Van Buren at the Ellis Island Museum. President Van Buren signed the order that sent the Cherokee on the Trail of Tears. I had to ask about it and our ranger guide said that Van Buren, even though he didn't support the spread of slavery into new states, was really not an abolitionist or human ...
After our tour of Lindenwald, Martin Van Buren's home, we continued south to Olana, the home of Frederic Church of the Hudson River School of painters. It was rather cold and blustery so we sought refuge in the museum/office where I ran into Adrienne and Sharon of the Red Rock Circle. Vesna had tentatively ...
... murky, grey, dark clouds and a lot of surface water. The other notable feature of the day was the towns we passed through or by en route - Manchester, Liverpool, Rome, Syracuse, Waterloo, Utica and Troy to name but a few.
We did hop off for a dose of historical culture, however, at Johnson Hall, where a British settler, Sir William Johnson, forged relationships with the native Indians in the Mohawk Valley. ...
... squats and lunges and a few others but felt good afterwards.
Little bit of housework (washing again) before heading out for dinner.
We have been daring and booked a hotel in New York City. Comfort Inn at Manhattan Bridge. They gave a good rate for a 3 night stay, Friday night to Monday morning. They have parking attached and Wes feels he should be able to drive us there. We will have our walking shoes on to cover all the sights. Will even go out at night!
... had his breakfast of toast with his own peanut butter and I had yoghurt.
Was raining slightly when we set off. Bought our lunch supplies from across the road at Big Y which must be a big chain as it had it's own home brands.
Headed west again on the Mohawk Trail towards North Adams. Stopped at Shelburne falls where we walked across a bridge which has been turned into a garden. It has been that way for many years and the wisteria are huge. Saw some glacial pot ...