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A Hot Day on Garnet Lake

It was a very hot day while I visited Dad this summer. We decided to take the dogs to Garnet LakeĀ in the southern Adirondacks so they could swim and cool off. Unfortunately, there were lots of other people with the … Continue reading

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Teaneck Creek Conservancy in the Palisades

In the town of Teaneck, NJ lies a nice level hike inside the Teaneck Creek Conservancy. The trails are mostly well maintained (some are very thin, but most are wide and there are a lot of wooden planked ones). There … Continue reading

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A Day Trip to the Marshlands Conservancy in Rye, NY

Took a day trip up to Rye, NY to do a nice easy hike in the Marshlands Conservancy. You can easily reach it from NYC by taking Metro North. The Conservancy itself is about a mile away from the train … Continue reading

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The Little Red Lighthouse let’s us Inside

As part of Open House New York, I did a trip up to the NYC landmark: the Little Red Lighthouse. The lighthouse is officially called Jeffrey’s Hook Light and is located in Fort Washington Park under the George Washington Bridge. … Continue reading

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A Walk to Bear Pond

I went up to the Adirondacks to visit family this past month. During it, I was told of a nearby waterfall to my parents cabin. So we took a five mile walk down the road (round trip) to Bear Pond … Continue reading

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A Beaver Dam in the Backyard

Christmas on the east coast was incredibly warm this year. While visiting family in the Adirondacks, I was told that they had a beaver dam deep in the backyard. So I went out there to check it out on two … Continue reading

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Walking Downtown along the Hudson River, Part 2

We left off at Chelsea Piers last week, so continuing onward, we see a lot of views of WTC. Due to the light and the design of the building, it always looks tilted, but it isn’t. Very interesting optical effect. … Continue reading

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