For Thanksgiving we took our friend Barbara with us to eat at Tatiana, a Russian restaurant, on the boardwalk at Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, New York for lunch. We all had red borscht, I had duck, and Barbara and I shared a huge Pavlova for desert. That was so good! After that we went to Jamaica Bay, part of Gateway NRA in Broad Channel for the sunset.
After viewing a house in Kerhonkson, NY we drove to New Paltz. There is a 10-acre National Historic Landmark District in New Paltz, Ulster County, with over 300 years of history. More about that will be in my post on Thursday. At the bottom is a painting of what it looked like in 1685.
Found a lovely house in Kerhonkson but it was too far from medical and shopping plus there was no cell phone coverage there. Sigh. We’ll keep looking. Pictures taken during the trip.
The last three are of a ruin of an old mine in Delaware County taken on October 22, 2020.