Inn At Arbor Ridge
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This morning, the sun is warm. Dale and I went for a little walk in the neighborhood. It was a nice stroll and then, we went to read La Gloire de mon pere in the garden. Then, Raye prepare a lunch of chinese dumplings. Very gook. Then we left at 12:30 for Beacon visit DIA. From Wikipedia: Dia:Beacon, Riggio Galleries is the museum for the Dia Art Foundation's collection of art from the 1960s to the present. The museum, which opened in 2003, is situated on the ...
... trip at least a dozen times to my childhood home on long island. In the 70's the smell of rubber was so strong as you passed through Akron, Ohio. Today all the manufacturing (and many of the jobs) are gone. Passing Goodyear World HQ reminded me of those days almost 40 years ago.
... Statue of Liberty. Returning to the quay past the heliport and its significant noise. At this point the Captain tells us he had been a salesman for 30 yrs, well trained then! As we leave the boat they wave the 'blessing bucket' at us. Tips to you and me. Back on the coach and off to the World Trade Centre and its dark memories. We view from a distance the new No. 1 World Trade centre and the Memorial. We have chosen not to visit ...
... Take in what is surrounding them, take in what they have accomplished, see what barriers they have shattered, what expectations they have exceeded.
Whisper in their young ear: You really are here! You belong here!
This will be a lifetime memory. Hopefully a touchstone, that they will use for the rest of their lives. I hope they fall in love with the Fringe, they way I have.
The Journey Begins! ...
... Fish Cellar, Leftys, Contes and the Kisco Diner. While the various styles of cooking we’ve tried throughout the US have often been spectacular, the pizza and Greek food in NY cannot be beaten and it was a treat to have them again.
Our old friend Bob, who I met while bar tending at a health club in the '80s, joined us for dinner at Contes. The night was filled with reminiscing, stories from the road, laughter ...