Author Archives: ddunlop
Last night I checked out the Red Hook Crit. Previous years the criterium had been held on the streets of Red Hook but this year it was in the ferry terminal a closed course without cobble stones.
The weather is getting warmer – tonight I found myself in soho and decided to got for a stroll through china town. Away from the hustle and bustle of the tourists and the other china town goers I found this … Continue reading
Up until last night I had never been to Katz’s Deli despite having lived close by when I first moved into the city.
I hiked out to Dunanda Falls in Yellowstone on a crisp morning. It was the first time that my beard has ever frozen. Hiking through the meadows was very pleasant but crossing a couple of the streams was challenging as … Continue reading
While walking around the Newtown Creek Treatment Plant yesterday looking for their so-called nature trail Hannah and I passed the Just Packaging Inc factory.
Went to the Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant today as part of Open House New York. Many of the events this year were reservation only and by the time I realized that Open House New York was here I had … Continue reading
This weekend I went to the recently opened Pier 1 at Brooklyn Bridge Park, the signs say the fanatically green lawns are closed until mid april. I look forward to frolicking in them once they are open.