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I powered through and finally made it through Pennsylvania. By the end of it, both my feet and shoes needed a break from all the rocks. After crossing the PA/NJ border the rocks continued for another 15 miles but then slowly, to my relief, they began to subside. Maybe it was because I was tired of hiking Pennsylvania, but I really enjoyed the New Jersey section on the trail. Just before crossing the NY border the weather began to change for the worst. ...
... house was brilliantly situated above the Hudson river. I joined the husband and an Italian meta-hedge fund manager (one who puts client's money in a wide portfolio of different hedge funds), on their weekly 3 hour bike ride around the surrounding lakes and resevoir. Very nice experience. Shame there's always a highway nearby though.
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... take a sip from a good home-brewn austrian Schnaps before starting the scramble. Especially as turned back before the party...
Breakneck-Ridge is a hike about1h north of NYC which is a pretty nice scramble - easy to do and even doable for able beginners. I had the honor to get there with 3 girls, 2 of them Austrian :). After some time we managed to meet up with some other people of the hiking group, a bunch of very funny guys ...
... 8217;s, on the way to the farm
- W is for walking, over pavement (the West) and over road (the East)
- X is for the the X-wing boat that we thought we ...
... from Sigmund Stern of Chicago, who built the estate. What is known is that
the mansion, garage, swimming pool, gardens and other outbuildings existed at
time of purchase by Cornish. Who designed them remains a mystery, and until photographs
appeared in April 2010, the public at large did not know the original appearance
of the mansion and grounds.
Edward Cornish (1861-1938) was President of
the National Lead Company from 1916 to ...