Seventy-Eight.

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The other day when I went to Hamilton Grange, I also spent a little time in Central park and took a few snaps that I did not know what to do with, so I decided to include them here.  I had another plan for today’s post, but once again I have been made out to be the fool by the team at The Weather Channel. 

There is this guy, Casey Neistat, who made a video that at least 13 million of you folks have watched.  He is a pretty motivational guy who does the same thing I am doing here, but a whole lot better and with video.  Anyway, the video is him snowboarding through Manhattan during the one and only snowstorm we had this winter- and it is pretty awesome to watch. 

With that in mind, I had hoped to look at the bright side of the snowmageddon that was predicted to land today.  As you all are aware, that storm simply has not happened.  

So… Central Park pics.   : )

Close up of the lower right section of the photo above.

Close up of the lower right section of the photo above.

This turtle is sunbathing in The Lake.  No, really:  the lake’s proper name appears to be The Lake. 

President Teddy Roosevelt, former Governor of New York and native son of the same, has provided each of us and our nation with more wonderful gifts than any other politician ever- and I doubt his efforts will ever be surpassed.  This gift is the Museum of Natural History- and it is so impressive inside.  I’ll probably do a project here in the coming months, but today we are just looking at snapshots from outside.

You normally have to be bashed about a bit to see the point of daffodils, sunsets, and uneventful nice days.

— Alain De Botton

One thought on “Seventy-Eight.

  1. Great info & pics. Beats the "predicted" snowstorm any day. I never knew Teddy Roosevelt was the governor of NY. Did you know he loved Yellowstone & built a famous lodge there? They even named the park’s road after him. Looking forward to your post on the history museum. Loved the daffodils!!!!

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