More Signs of Spring!
A little look at our world, our hood, our home, in the Hudson Valley
More Signs of Spring!
The decision, search, and the actual act of moving from our prior home of 27 years was an unbelievably challenging, emotional, backbreaking, yet at the end of the day spectacularly successful endeavor.
We will admit we had magical, call it besherit, kismet or fate, help from very good friends, who are way to humble to be mentioned here. We thank them again anyway.
And we have some advice and offer our help if you are thinking about moving to the Hudson Valley. We’d be happy to help. You can contact us at
Continue reading First Top Down Day
every time we go rushing to the river with our camera to capture sights like these West Point Cadets learning to sail. West point has a Sailing Team with a mission to soundly beat the USNA team.
Continue reading Being New We Are Thrilled
Desperate times call for desperate measures said Governors Brown and Cuomo upon the announcement of the most expensive the public works project since the “Big Dig” in Boston.
With NASA sobering announcement that California will run out of water in 2016. an emergency summit was called by the two states that share so much. With funds previously intended for the Keystone Pipeline project, thousands of Americans will be employed to build a massive modern technology aqueduct that to span the country like the Interstate Highway projects of the 50’s.
Jilted Great Lake state governors and Ted Cruz have expressed great objections to the project which is projected to cost over One Quadrillionth Dollars. Brown and Cuomo justified the effort by citing the vast amount of wine reserves the states can share in exchange for water that other states may contribute.
Further details are coming on April 1 2016.
To get to the dining mecca of the “LES” just take Metro North to Grand Central, walk a few blocks to the F train, cross 42nd to be on the NY Public Library side, hop on the F train, get off at Delancey, walk north on Essex, you are there.
And I hear it is snowing there!?!
Continue reading Back to New Jersey for the Day
I can’t put down nor can I bring myself to finish the heartfelt stories in Gwendolyn Bound’s precious book “Little Chapel on the River” about the faithful general store and welcoming Irish pub that was just a short stroll from where we live on Garrison Landing for 50 years. How I wish I lived here then.
To all the Guinan family still here and those in heaven, to all the friends and lovers that made this pub like home, a great great St. Patrick’s Day to you all.
Continue reading Celebrations and Well Wishes Would’ve Already Begun
Continue reading What a Beautiful Day