I’ve been so wildly busy now that the warm, spring weather has finally arrived. We’ve not had any time to travel at all! the kids were moping today, wanting to “go somewhere.” All I can do is comfort them my promising a trip soon (we’ve going up toward the Adirondacks next week, so I’ll have […]
Category: New York State issues
Interesting story from Syracuse. It has nothing to do with travel, save for the fact that we will be driving there next week. But I was surprised that this story was not more publicized. A search resulted in only WSYR covering it. The summary of the story is also on a diamondsclassaction.com dedicated to the […]
The Adirondack State Park, the largest protected park in the nation, is protected by New York’s Constitution. It is to remain “forever wild” (that’s not as a place for Legislators to have their drunken parties, but as a protected area for place for wildlife and plant life). New York State has: agreed to buy almost […]
The Fenner Windmill Project has the claim to fame (2008) as being the largest windmill farm on the East Coast. There are dozens upon dozens of these tall and elegant windmills. And what a glorious view of the valleys they hold!