Thursday, October 11, 2007

Finding the Catskill Mountain House

We were staying at a small bed & breakfast in the mid-Hudson River Valley this week when we found out--on our last day there, of course--about a nearby site that was heralded as just the balm for sore eyes. Needing no convincing, and not daunted in the least by unfavorable weather conditions, we headed out in the direction of the Catskill Mountains toward what James Fenimore Cooper called the “greatest wonder of all creation.”

. . .continued, with photo illustrations, here.

1 comment:

Boz said...

True Story
Hey, let's head on over to the 24/7 blog and see what's happening today. Hmm, no update. Oh well, we'll try again tomorrow.

Hey, let's head on over to the 24/7 blog and see what's happening today. Hmm, no update again. Oh well, we'll try again tomorrow.

Hey, let's head on over to the 24/7 blog and see what's happening today. Hmm, no update again. Not much must be going on. Oh well, we'll try again tomorrow.

I wonder if anything is going on over to the 24/7 blog . Hmm, no update again. Not much must be going on. Oh well, we'll try again tomorrow.

The 24/7 blog is still pretty quiet, no update again. Oh well, we'll try again tomorrow.

This is kind of weird, or it would be if there wasn't that other week-long gap earlier this month. Life must be perfect in 24/7 land, or without internet connection. Oh well, we'll try again tomorrow.

Well, nobody died, because somebody would have made a blog entry about that kind of thing. Maybe she's baking a pie today. Or drowned and nobody found the body. Oh well, we'll try again tomorrow.

Hey, write something.

Boz