Last Saturday, I spent the entire day on the campus of SUNY-Oneonta. I do not live all that close to Oneonta. It is approximately an 80 mile drive one way. The child known as Number Five does attend the college, though, and is in several performance groups. Last year’s Day of Jazz was held in… Continue reading Day of Jazz – SUNY Oneonta
Trips, for me, tend to be big photo opportunities. I did not realize before heading south to Myrtle Beach that there had been a huge air base there for years. As is the case with many municipalities that had former military bases, Myrtle Beach has put together a small park to honor those who once… Continue reading One Last Look at Myrtle Beach
I did spend a bit of time – most of Sunday – playing tourist in Myrtle Beach. The marathon had not totally killed my legs. I could walk around and walk I did.
I have to say that the winters now are not as harsh as I recall from my childhood growing up in upstate NY. We do not get as much snow nor as much cold – as I am looking for my gloves to put on as it is so cold that typing is making my… Continue reading Snow & Winter in Upstate New York