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Our Aug 2011 Vermont vacation

August 17, 2011

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http://www.flickr.com/photos/shoshndavid/sets/72157627331724915/comments/#comment72157627333541213 via flickr.com Highlights from our VT vacation: Sat 8/6 we drove up to Shoshana’s parents and celebrated her mom’s birthday that evening (going by the Jewish custom that days begin at sunset). Sun 8/7 we drove up to Vermont. We stopped in Brattleboro for lunch at the food co-op (where two days later a […]

Wetlands and waterways, Milford and Derby, CT Apr 17, 2011 – a set on Flickr

April 21, 2011

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View the photographs on flickr.com Between visiting Shosh’s family in CT before Pesach and 1st seder with my family in NY we spent a couple of nights at Hyatt Place (a 3 star hotel that we got for a 1 star price thanks to Priceline) in Milford, CT with day trips to Derby and West […]

Summer 2010 events for single Jewish New Yorkers

July 9, 2010

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via examiner.com To read the article click here

How Jewish New Yorkers can spend 3-6 days in the CT Berkshires for $60+2 hours chores/day

June 16, 2010

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via examiner.com Here’s a way for Jewish New Yorkers on a budget (not all of us are affluent) to get out of the city and spend a few days in the countryside. At Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center’s Soil, Soul & Service program you can enjoy all its programs and facilities (boating, fishing, swimming–both pool […]

Our Weekend in Washington, DC & northern VA

June 15, 2009

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Friday Shoshana was on a Federal panel on emergency evacuation & I had lunch w/writer/blogger @vboykis. We spent Shabbat & Sunday morning with Ann Hollender Schwartz and her family including her sister Judy Hollender Tipton (childhood friends from New Rochelle; the visit felt like reconnecting w/cousins with whom we felt completely comfortable or resuming a […]

Jacksonville/St Augustine travelogue continued

February 4, 2009

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January 29, 2009

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Parking place drove us straight to the terminal. Checked our luggage curbside. Flight was noisy but OK–excellent seats (emergency exit seat with empty space in front of me), only two and a half hours. At Jacksonville airport our luggage was on the conveyor belt when we arrived, and Alamo upgraded us to a Chrysler 300. […]