Williamsburg Bridge

Williamsburg Bridge

I’m back home now. It has been a nice vacation. I know that my postings have been a bit light on this trip, but that is primarily due to technical difficulties and not that I’ve been having too much fun. 😉

Yesterday, Chris and I left the city and wound our way back to Rochester. It was a beautiful day for a drive and I especially enjoyed seeing the early fall colors in the Poconos. Last night, Alice & Chris and Bob & Noreen and I all got together and chewed the fat for a while. It was good seeing them again. We all missed not having Anne there though.

Columbus Day was a rainy day (Hurricane Nate) and Chris wanted to spend time with his sister, so I set off on my own. I walked through Brooklyn, across the Manhattan Bridge and all the way to MoMA on 54th. The rain held off until 42nd Street, but I had an umbrella. I met Chris at the museum, which was slammed. So, we soon bailed and started working our way back to Brooklyn. We took a cab to Red Hook and waited for Dan to get off work. He showed up with Jenny, his friend from LA. We ended up doing BBQ in Williamsburg. After dinner, Jenny took us down to the river, where I got the photo.

Over the weekend, Dave came to town. I spent Saturday night with the boys. On Sunday, Chris and us did the natural history museum. On Sunday night, I joined Chris’s family for dinner. This telling is still kind of bare bones, but I think that this brings me up to date. I’ll try filling things in more, in the days to come.

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