A Mile High Walk
If there is one thing that I have learned from this city so far, it is that, there is not only something to always do, but doing those things by yourself is quite okay and that is recently just what I did. I took a Saturday Stroll over the Brooklyn Bridge and while diving in and out of bikers and other on lookers, got a eye full of Manhattan. And while most of my friends and family can attest to my over the top personality, I also enjoy quiet time for reflection and thats exactly what I received over sunset, 1.1 miles between Brooklyn and Manhattan.
Less than 24 hours later, I joined Gylan for a bike ride along the Hudson Bike Path, renting bicycles from Hudson Urban Bicycles on Charles street in Greenwich Village. Official introductions were made to the resident pups and for two hours we rode while I took in every culture and fresh face available along the river. $4 Margaritas followed and although the following may not be a huge deal to you, I officially survived my first weekend train re-route. Went uptown to go downtown, rode the F line that eventually turned back into the A line and minus the puzzled face I am sure I was wearing, I made it!
Heading back to my hometown next weekend. Stay tuned for lots of pictures from an event packed weekend. I will leave you with a recent favorite quote of mine: