“I hope this project, like Erica, inspires young families to get out and enjoy the natural world and do it with big cheesy smiles on their faces.”
Updating my will feels solid and secure – like good shoes in the snow.
Her name is Blaire Wilson, and she lives on a family farm-turned-B&B/wedding venue in a fictional rural community called Bluefield – which, according to Castle, is tucked in somewhere between New Paltz and Gardiner, at the base of the Shawangunk Ridge.
After months of reflection, I saw the writing on the wall: brain tumor removal; heart drains; respiratory weakness; sepsis; and because all of that is so boring, we spiced things up by contracting shingles in my right eye.
Snow or sleet, rain or shine, the 22nd annual Hudson Valley Rail Trail WinterFest will take place Saturday, January 12 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., offering plenty of reasons to get out and brave the cold.
Dog on Fleas plays Unison in New Paltz | Woodstock Library hosts Gustafer Yellowgold | WinterFest on Hudson Valley Rail Trail in Highland | Check out Bacchus Billiards in New Paltz
While this earthly vessel is physically compromised – okay, okay, so is my humor – I still dwell in the “can-” part of cancer.
“We have public recreational skating and drop-in hockey, which is open for anyone who wants to come and play a game, along with sticks and pucks.”
It wasn’t a White Christmas, but the snow will come. Hang on to your wintry hopes and this list of coasting hot spots.
Spider-Man: New Year’s for kids at Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum in Poughkeepsie; New Paltz offers family-friendly New Year’s Eve; Into the Spider-Verse animates comic adventures in high style.