… I just post a link. My bokkie has a very, very sweet post up on 66 Square Feet, and I can only say, I do. Always. [Clearing throat] Now bring me us that horizon! Similar posts: Magnificent! 66 Square Feet nominated 2009 South Africa Blog Awards finalist A very sweet day All of us…Details
It is a well known fact that there are inhabited western lands beyond Manhattan. Strange, remote and not completely understood, these are forever confined to a foreign status by the mighty Hudson River, whose crossing implies both a death wish and a need for utter anarchy. After much research and planning, Marie and I decided…Details
Yesterday was September 11, 2011. Let’s not forget. Let’s not forget those who died in the tragedy ten years ago, the many real heroes among firefighters and police officers and simple citizens who lost their lives protecting that of others, and those who lost loved ones, and those who suffered and still do, those who fought bravely and…Details
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Staten Island, however close to us, remains sort of a no man’s land. When our friend Frank, Marie and I visited Greenbelt Park this Sunday, I think the three of us combined had less than ten lifetime visits to the island under our belt! The woods were quite deserted and storming with mosquitoes, probably hurricane-bred. We walked and…Details
A stormy day, too little time to explore. I had assumed the Green-Wood cemetery would be like Calvary in Queens. It is nothing like it. Beside the obvious visit to the ancestors, one goes to Calvary for the broad open view towards distant Manhattan. In Green-Wood, the beauty is at close range. No views of…Details