I went to hike in Connetquot River State Park on Long Island, which turned into a 2 hour walk through the thin woods, where I encountered blueberries and mushrooms growing in the wild. We lost one of the group members to blueberry eating. The walk started at an old mansion, through the woods, to a fish hatchery, where trout is grown to be released into local ponds and lakes. Continue reading “Hiking: From The Woods To The Fish Hatchery”
A spot known only to few – and Nissequogue town tries hard to keep it that way. When we pulled into a parking lot, a security guard warned us that since we are not Smithtown residents we may get a ticket for parking there. Well, we took the risk…
Continue reading “Peace of Porpoise Channel”
Vanderbilt Museum and Planetarium in Center Port, Long Island is a magnificent mansion, where once a wealthy family of the Gold Coast resided, and now a space museum.
When you walk the grounds it is still 1800s… Continue reading “Back In Time: Vanderbilt Mansion and Museum”
Gulliver’s Gate is a new super cool exhibition in Times Square – an enormous space of city models of precise exactness, from New York to Panama City. I felt like Gulliver traveling the world. Continue reading “Natasha in Lilliput – Gulliver’s Gate”
I went to Sands Point Preserve on Sunday and was surprised to find many people already hanging out on the beach. Continue reading “Sands Point Preserve – Sunday Outing”
I recently took a trip to a Native American reservation in Southhampton, New York – Shinnecock Reservation. Continue reading “Shinnecock Reservation”