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We left Vermont at 1pm to begin our 7 week journey. Heading to New York City to stay with a dear friend Will Robb.
Will has Saturday planned out - highlight include: seeing Dinosaurs at The Natural History Museum and riding on the subway!
Special thanks to Christie Allen for getting us all set up on this blog ...
... with brick architecture and New England church spires. I mean, a lot of towering church spires. But boy, does that road slow you down. A good thing, I guess. Everything goes by too quickly. On most of the drive, it was hilly and deeply forested. I took some pictures of some meadows as we went by some farms. And the mountains (hills to us Californians), in New York, are the Adirondacks, and in Vermont, they are the Green ...
... views. What a nice waterfront! Then we walked up to the downtown core. One of the main streets has been converted to a pedestrian mall. Today is the first day of a jazz festival, so there were several stages set up and live performances up and down the street. We had dinner at one of the many pubs and restaurants lining the mall. We ate outdoors right next to one of the stages with music. All in all, it's been a very nice day. ...
... Bela Bartok spent summers here. Along with Franz Liszt, he's regarded as Hungary's greatest composer.And, as of today, Ray and Gary spent a beautiful fall day here, or at least a few minutes of one fall day.
Finally, we roll into Lake Placid, which is best known to those of us not from the east coast as a host of two Winter Olympics -- 1932 and 1980. At the 1932 games, Sonja Henie of Norway won the gold medal in ladies ...
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