“We’re in New York” conjures in most minds images of our ungainly apartment-on-wheels navigating crowded, trafficked streets, surrounded by yellow cabs and irate urbanites.
We are not in that New York this month. We are in the other New York. They call it “upstate,” but in reality, this New York represents more of the New York we’ve seen than the urbanoscape of New York City.
We’ve been in Warrensburg, NY for the last month. Warrensburg is up Interstate 87, just inside the border of the Adirondack State Park. When you look at a map of the state of New York, there’s this big “forehead” of space in the north. About 90% of that is the Adirondack State Park. On maps, it’s a green patch bordered by Interstates. In reality… it’s much the same, and more.
[Destination: Lake George, New York was originally posted to my blog at ustravel.today.com. Read the full article there!]
I knitted a top with souvenir yarn from a trip, and here are the details and modifications I made!
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