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Travel Blogs from Katonah

Katonah Travel Blogs (6)
Pat and Linda

Pat and Linda's

A travel blog entry by jodieandandy

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... the father of my sons, Zachariah and Mercury.  He and Linda married many years ago and have built or refurbished a modest home in Katonah into an elegant country estate.  My son, Zac had been living in a charming little guest house below the main house ...

FAREWELL TO MAUDIE, Katonah, United States travel blog

FAREWELL TO MAUDIE

A travel blog entry by jodieandandy

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June   , 2010 Life with Maudie started for me back in 1988 when she was a kitten.  I had mentioned to my sister Betsy, that I was considering getting a cat,  the next day Maudie showed up outside my apartment door.  Her ...

Arrived in Katonah, NY, Katonah, United States travel blog

Arrived in Katonah, NY

A travel blog entry by jodieandandy

... driveway. I should mention that many of our NY friends offered to have us stay with them and we gratefully appreciate those offers, but Katonah is close to the hospital in Mt. Kisco and to my mom's condo in Somers that this is the best place to stay. ...

Heritage Hills Condo, Katonah, United States travel blog

Heritage Hills Condo

A travel blog entry by jodieandandy

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In 2001, Andy bought #380D in Heritage Hills for his Mom to live in. We downsized her from a 4 bedroom, large colonial into this two bedroom condo 7 years ago. We placed her furniture as she directed and sold what didn't fit. Grace had the good luck to ...

Attractions in Katonah

Katonah Attractions (3)
Caramoor

Caramoor

4.50

149 Girdle Ridge Rd, Katonah, New York, United States

John Jay Homestead

John Jay Homestead

4.00

Route 22, Katonah, New York, United States

Retirement home of Founding Father John Jay.

Katonah Museum of Art

Katonah Museum of Art

4.50

Route 22 at Jay Street, Katonah, New York, United States

The Katonah Museum of Art, designed by Edward Larrabee Barnes, is a non-collecting institution dedicated to encouraging the enjoyment, appreciation and study of the visual arts by visitors of all ages. The Museum offers a series of changing exhibitions, active community outreach, and over 150 lectures, workshops, and concerts annually.