The Little Red Bloghouse


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So last weekend a cool thing happened. We were not having a cyclone bomb. The weather was nice, and sunny, and lovely And...It was a weekend!

I was able to do something I have been meaning to do since the first couple of days that I moved into our apartment.  We are only a hop skip and about a half hour walk away from the George Washington Bridge. Which, at the base of, as some people know if they were children in the 40s or 50s, or they were Watchers of Reading Rainbow, you can find the little red lighthouse.

So, last Saturday I bundled myself up and went on a journey. I found a path that cut under the road, where I found this really interesting Art Exhibit that was made of garbage. I momentarily got very excited, thinking that I had just found a treasure trove of interesting junk, before I realize that it had all been set there with a actual purpose.


The path eventually connected with The Greenway, which is a path that extends all along the west side of the island, along the Hudson.  That's something I plan to explore in the near future, when I have time and the weather is warmer. After about thirty minutes I came to The Little Red Lighthouse and utilized my new smartphone (that I'm sure at some point within the next four years I will stop thinking of as my new smartphone) and took a "selfie". I have, in fact, enclosed said selfie.

Blogging.... Back in Blog.... Blog and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution.... Hell's Blogs....   Sorry, I'm listening to AC/DC while I write my blog posts. What can I say? I'm decadent.

Also! More exciting developments- Yesterday, we finally received in the mail some documentation that proved that we are residents of New York which means... Drum roll please...



This makes me exceptionally excited.


There are 92 libraries in the New York Public Library system. Now, some of those are research branch libraries. However, I love libraries.

I. Love. Libraries.

I think I'm going to make it a goal to visit as many libraries as I physically can, as well as as many parks as I physically can.

Perhaps, I will document those experiences in these blog posts. But, most likely not. I'm not a very organized person. You can probably tell that by reading these blog posts. On that note, please forgive the numerous typos that I am sure are abundant on these web pages.

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That's all I have to blog about for now, I think...

Carry on my blogward son.

Sorry... that wasn't AC/DC.


Ben Folts