Manhattan was melting on a mid July morning and I was escaping to the cool water and breezes of Sandy Hook National Park.
It was an easy, ten-minute walk from Grand Central Terminal to the Seastreak Pier at 34th St on the East River. There I caught the ferry at 8:45 AM, which got me the early bird special. The rate was thirty dollars round trip. Later trips from the same location cost forty six dollars round trip. Children under 5 ride free and fewer than 12 at reduced rates.
An opportunity like no other! A beautifully, well-built restaurant situated on the banks of the Hudson River in Athens, NY. This stunning turn key operation is the chance of a lifetime. The relationship between Hudson and Athens is key to the success of anyone who purchases this waterfront dream. While it may be the “Local’s”, who are the main customers of this restaurant, it is the tourists and regular out of town visitors, who will continue to grow the market. Promoting this tourism effort is greatly supported by the “very active” Greene County Tourism Agency.
The competitors are milling around in the starting area, the breeze is up, it’s 2:00 PM on July 27th 2017, the horn sounds and they are off for a 205 mile race around Long Island. It starts under the watchful eyes of Lady Liberty and ends at the breakwater in Hempstead Harbor.
Brad Poster, Executive director of the united way of Columbia and Greene Counties has developed a way of reaching across a wide spectum of the communitys within Columbia and Greene Counties to raise financial support for 501c3’s, (non profits) in a fun, inspirtional day of catfishing!
Located right on Beach Road. In the heart of Lake George Village this event perfectly winds up summer! It represents a final chance to take a demo ride on a beautiful new 2018 boat of your choice, or stroll through a wide range of models of your choice boats brought here by representative dealers on lake George and the surrounding Lakes of the Adirondacks.
I don’t like the way the Hudson River is characterized in the media. Should we disparage the river as a dirty toxic dump? I don’t think so. I grew up in New Baltimore, about a mile uphill from the Hudson. My dad and I used to take a walk to the river every March, and watch the icebergs flow south after the wind had warmed the air.