Looks like business as usual in New York City

You look at what Governor Cuomo is saying, and especially Mayor De Blasio, and you’d think that death is literally stalking the streets, as if it would be like this if you went outside: But instead, it’s almost like nothing is going on at all. I think people are mostly not traveling out of theirContinue reading “Looks like business as usual in New York City”

Evening Cycling – Central Park

I’ve been trying to do a lot more exercise this year. Most of that has been cycling because it’s easy on the knees and that’s important when you’re trying to lose weight. I’m going to put more emphasis on running this month. I have a 10-mile run coming up at the end of next month.Continue reading “Evening Cycling – Central Park”

Sunday Afternoon in Central Park – Pictures

It’s really hot today. We were going to do something fun, like go over the Brooklyn bridge, but with it being over 90, with the heat advisory and the air quality advisory, we decided to just stay at home. I dragged our portable air conditioner out of the back of the closet and set itContinue reading “Sunday Afternoon in Central Park – Pictures”

The Bethesda Terrace and Fountain in Central Park

I’m really glad that this is turning into one of those months where I get to mark a lot of things off my bucket list! I’ve been meaning to visit this location for years, ever since I saw a person get killed there in an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. If IContinue reading “The Bethesda Terrace and Fountain in Central Park”

Spring at the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir

After poking around in the Jewish museum for a few hours, my wife and I decided we should take advantage of the warm weather by walking across the park instead of taking the 96th Street bus. The park and the path around the reservoir in particular were packed with people jogging, walking, cycling and sittingContinue reading “Spring at the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir”