Monthly Archives: April 2011

Tim Nolan: For Birds and Passion, A Sanctuary In the Highlands

Timothy Nolan usually writes about travel, golf, and traveling in order to play golf. The hills and clefts of the Hudson Highlands—defined roughly by the Bear Mountain and Newburgh-Beacon Bridges—are a tangle of moss-stained boulders, mountain laurel, hemlock stands and … Continue reading

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Judy Kirkwood: Summer Camp at Omega Institute

Judy Kirkwood is a contributing writer to three National Geographic books and writes regularly for ThirdAge.com. The Ram Dass Library is silent except for a click-clack rhythm that gets louder as I climb the steps to the children’s section. I … Continue reading

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Doug Wilson: LOVE BITES IN SAUGERTIES

ABC Sports veteran Doug Wilson is the winner of 17 Emmys and countless other awards and honors.   There’s a little cozy place in Saugerties, New York called Love Bites. People travel for miles around to eat there for breakfast … Continue reading

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Emilie Harting: RHINEBECK BECKONS

Emilie C. Harting has written on historic restoration, art vacations, hiking, archaeology, food, literary sites, and walking cities. I’ve been visiting Rhinebeck since the 1960s, and always stop by whenever I’m on my way to northern New York State or … Continue reading

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Barbara Wysocki: STORM KING – A VIEW FROM EVERY ANGLE

Born a few blocks from the Hudson River, Barbara Wysocki writes about travel, the arts, children’s literature and spirituality. Call me a city-girl. When I hit the pavement in Paris, Chicago, Tokyo or Houston, art is always my first priority. … Continue reading

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