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Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome

The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome [9 Norton Rd, Red Hook, NY 12571] is a living museum for aviation enthusiasts home to numerous aircrafts from 1900-1939. The exhibit here is truly magnificent, enter the hangars and marvel at the planes, read about … Continue reading

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Norman Rockwell Museum, Berkshires

My first encounter with Norman Rockwell was in history class. I remember seeing the painting “The Problem We All Live With” and it really struck me. Its inspiration was a little girl named Ruby Bridges. Rockwell depicted her historic walk, … Continue reading

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Best of Oahu Activities: Pearl Harbor Memorial

Top Picks: Pearl Harbor Memorial (Historical, Leeward) If you ask me, no trip to Oahu is complete without a visit to the Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial site (1 Arizona Memorial Place Honolulu, HI 96818). The National Park … Continue reading

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Best of Oahu Hikes: Koko Head

Top Picks: Koko Head (Workout, Military Remnants, Windward) This hike is a serious workout even if you are in good shape. As you drive towards the park you can see the cone looming in the distance, and you can make … Continue reading

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Best of Oahu Hikes: Lanikai Pillbox Trail

Top Picks: Lanikai Pillbox Trail (Military Remnants, Ridge Trail, Windward) Definitely one of the cooler hikes I have taken and my first ridge trail, I would highly recommend checking this spot out. It is relatively easy and short (less than … Continue reading

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Road Trip: Toronto, Niagara Falls, and Letchworth State Park

I just got back from an amazing trip to Toronto, Niagara Falls, and Letchworth State Park. I’ll break it down day-by-day: Day One Saturday morning we left real early to make Toronto by lunchtime, which was had at the St. … Continue reading

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WELCOME BACK, USS Slater !!!

My 100th Post!! So happy it can be dedicated to the USS Slater. Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls, the moment you have been waiting for is finally here! The USS Slater is back in Albany! Normally the USS Slater, an … Continue reading

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