Sunday took us from the southernmost reaches of the Hudson River Valley, in Warwick, to just north of it, in Saratoga, where we will b e for the next few days. Being unfamiliar with the geography, I have us about 75 miles further north than we should be, but from the perspective of a Westerner, everything here is on top or everything else, so that the extra mileage is at worst an inconvenience.
Just a few random images of farms and the somewhat interesting river port city of Kingston. Enjoy!
|A rather neat and visually striking farm|
|This a bit less so|
|The river, of course, dominates the region and has been the source of its traditional affluence|
|Kingston, a river port city that today seems mostly to exist for tourism|
|This busy little image seems to represent the exuberance of the town nowadays, with shops and restaurants|
On Monday we will cover some of my own back pages with a visit to the Roosevelt sites in Hyde Park.