Danbury, Stamford, Rippowana Falls

This was to be the day we went to Dia Beacon. After the Glenstone experience Think we are in the contemporary art mode. I got out to the car at 11 and discovered Dia is closed.. noooooooo. SO a quick search lead us to Danbury Connecticut. We headed there with no idea what to do […]

Jersey City and Soup Dumplings

Selling the car has brought us to a few places we might never have seen Earlier today we tried for xiao long bao in Brooklyn at Fei Food Market on 8th Avenue between 63/64. No parking but a reverse Citimapper search showed its 45 minutes on the N train to 8th and 62 from home. […]

GLENSTONE and a Waffle House

It’s Easter Sunday and the Waffle House in Fredrick Maryland is packed. Oddly there was no huge sign visible from the highway but we had googled and knew where it was. Gotta love the Waffle House Some well done hash browns with onions and a sweet tea. A bit of heaven. And the smell of […]

MICHENER MUSEUM Doylestown Pennsylvania- Bucks County

This was one of those totally unexpected and unplanned fabulous experiences.  we had driven down to DC to visit the Glenstone Museum only to have it close due to weather.  We had little choice but to head back to NY and hope to have another opportunity to go.  The snow was falling in DC but […]

A DRIVE THROUGH PENNSYLVANIA

The goal for the day is to get to a stand in a Newmar Bay Star 3215.  perhaps this will be the RV for us… Nope, too small, not us… but it was a lovely day.  We headed out and wound our way to and through Milford. Over an old bridge. We rode along the […]

Austin – Day 7 – Friday

  The plan for today was to see a mission in San Antonio.  And go to Cake Art. We never made it.  We had a great day anyway.  We got off track when we figured we cold go by way of Canyon Lake.  It was a huge distraction. I read about canyon lake in our […]

AUSTIN – Day 5

We started the day off on time today at the Umlauf Sculpture Garden.  Umlauf was a UT professor and prolific sculptor, he and his wife lived next door to a dump that eventually was turned into this fabulous garden.   Even if you dont love his sculpture it was a beautiful place to be outside. […]

Austin Day 4

Today we are hoping for a hike, or two, depending on so many things: our feet. the weather, time.  And a bit of sight seeing. Starting out early we head first to the Cathedral of Junk, then on to a walk at Barton Creek, then if all is good we will lunch at The Picnic […]

AUSTIN Day 3- Road trip

This post is under Development We set the GPS to avoid highways and take us first to Pedernales Falls State Park.  We wanted to walk a bit and see the falls.  When we arrived…   The whole drive was pretty and we were able to visit a number of rv parks. Our first was up […]

AUSTIN DAY 2

I would like to say as we sit at El Mercado waiting for our sopa and enchiladas at almost 2 pm that we had a late start today but really not. We had a bit of a false start that was almost a jackpot when we headed out at 10 to Stubbs bbq for their […]