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... York. She was fun to talk to. At one point we also picked up a husband and wife team what were part of a group called Train Trails ( if I remember correctly). They got on to tell us about what we were seeing and about the history of the area! I think it is part of the National Park Service.
... Turns out it is a very well renowned place. There were at least 30 cars and 20 motorcycles there when we arrived-and people just kept coming. We soon found out why. Also revisited the Demarest Valley Winery. The dear old Italian owner was still there and running it. He is now 82 years young. His Grappa still kicks ass. Yesterday we took the train to NYC and then the subway to the 911 Memorial and Museum . We all experienced a gamut of emotions going through ...
While we were talking at the Maple stand, the guy next to us said immediately, "Are you from New Zealand?". Which was unusual as 99% of the people ask Australia or England.
He takes us over to his wife who is from Napier! Finally found a New Zealander here.
... in the Garden” is a two-hour guided walking tour of Mohonk’s
formal flower gardens, annual and perennial beds, and magnificent
greenhouse. This year will feature Tillson artist and poet, Robert
Reidy. Reidy will be painting the surrounding landscapes “plein air” on
location as well as reciting his poetry during the tour. Reidy is an
accomplished watercolorist whose paintings are ...
... out at the Tavern for too long....but we ran into a lot of other hikers once we returned to actually hiking. The husband and wife, Caruso, and a few others. The night came fast, we hiked good miles......and got caught in a big ass lightning storm. It was awesome! We managed to find a great campsite, off of a snow mobile trail....there was an abandoned gravel parking lot! A perfectly flat spot to camp - in the boulder field that N.J. calls the Appalachian ...