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... about Moses, we ate at a local establishment - Brooklyn Crab - and ceremoniously and conspicuously chomped on crustacean crudités collectively. Delicious! The 2nd floor dining area is completely open to the elements, and in the gloaming a strong wind was blowing shoreward from New York Bay, bringing with it mingled scents of the waterway and the larger ocean beyond, over which we are to travel this evening. Back to Irvington and, once again, the arms of Morpheus. End of Day ...
... missed our conversations at the archives the past week. Though Kath (researching interwar Polish scientists and the school of hygiene) is also lovely. She had her last day today too.
As ever, incredible sunsets at the RAC. These pictures can't possibly capture its beauty. It really has been a privilege to study here. I have met some amazing, kind, friendly, hugely knowledgable, approachable, funny, laid back, organised people. Yes, they are that ...
... perfected 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 train will be on ...
... camping aches and pains. The boys were nice enough to surrender their bedrooms for us and Blake and I slept on the most soft, fluffy comfortable bed ever (thanks Wesley!!).
Blake and I left these days completely open on our itinerary to whatever Kim, Karlie, and Gerard had in store for us. Luckily, it was a perfect mix of relaxation and fun. Our second day there Blake had a girls-day-out in the Big Apple. Kim is a quick 35-40 minute train ride down river ...
... Once people were able to buy it, it sold very fast, and this is how he got a lot of money for the first time.
Some other stories that he wrote were Rip Van Wrinkle, The legend of Sleepy Hollow, and The headless horseman. He got most of his stories from popular folklore when he patrolled the Hudson River during the War of 1812. He listed to old ghost stories, and gossip, and turned them into stories. Most of the people in the ...