When people say Oakland is a nightmare, ignore them.
Road trip up to the top of Whiteface Mountain. Spectacular views.
How did I manage to go 26 years without the over-the-top spring color of the Reeves-Reed Arboretum?
Go figure. It’s been that kind of summer. Then Saturday in rained all day. But still at sunset we were able to walk down to the beach after (an early) dinner and see a rainbow over the ocean. Also on the agenda, a trip to Sandy Hook and a walk up the lighthouse. Plus, cool […]
This one runs from Kingston down to Ellenville, NY — maybe 25 miles. We did a very small portion of it, but there were still a few nice things to see as the sun went down.
Somehow, the little hamlet of High Falls, NY, is a food Mecca. E. and I had brunch this morning at the astonishing Dupuy Canal House. This 200+ year-old building houses a rambling array of dining spaces that hold from an intimate gathering of two to a party of over 20. The restaurant itself is something […]
Finally, a summer vacation! Here’s the first waystation, a scenic overlook over the Hudson River somewhere on 9W.
A story of a total web site makeover. Starting from a very old-school page designed for yesterday’s monitors, we built out a full-width, highly active site that is definitely “today.” This was my first foray into the “Divi” theme. Some fun background graphics that play off the “planet” and stock music themes, Display wise, there really wasn’t much more we needed to add.
The views are still there.
At the Edison Lab in West Orange, NJ.