Monthly Archives: September 2013

Hiking Moxham Mountain

Took a trip up to the Adirondacks during the massive heat wave in NYC this summer. I like to take hikes while up there and this trip brought a new trail on Moxham Mountain. It’s a nice trail. New, so … Continue reading

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Inside the Intrepid

This week we head inside the Intrepid to see the rest of the museum. This consists of the Gallery Deck, Hangar Deck, and Third Deck. The Gallery Deck has the least access but includes an example of some sleeping quarters, … Continue reading

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Outside, Around, and On the Intrepid

Since I had walked over and saw the Intrepid sitting there in the Hudson River, I decided to pick a day and finally go see the rest of it. The ship itself started out on active duty during World War … Continue reading

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A Spanish Galleon in NYC

This year marks the 500th anniversary of Ponce de Leon discovering Florida. As part of the celebration, there is a replica of his ship that has sailed from Spain to Puerto Rico and up the East Coast of the US. … Continue reading

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AMNH part 3: Fossils Galore

My favorite floor of the AMNH has always been the fourth floor. Here are presented all of the old fossils, especially the dinosaurs. It’s one of the most crowded areas of the museum and always a blast to see.   … Continue reading

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