Kat joined me for a quick hike in Cold Spring. We took Undercliff to Brook to Cornish. I've done this particular loop many times, but climb at the beginning seemed much more difficult this time. I was out of breath, heart racing, by the time we got to the first overlook.
For me, a real highlight of the hike was that we were able to pick wild blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries (first of the season) -- all on the same day!
|Is this the Year of the Toad? I've seen one on every hike!|
|View from our lunch spot|
|Back in town, flowers along the side of the road|
|It's not Crabbie's, but it will do.|
|A lovely spot to wait for the train|
|We were too far south for Bannerman's Castle, but I like these bits of pilings|
Afterward, I met up with Christelle to see Comedy of Errors (production by Hudson Warehouse at their usual location). It was a lot of fun, but it was interrupted about 4/5 of the way through by an audience member who apparently lost consciousness and fell off the balustrade onto the steps below. He fell silently -- without a word, without a cry -- almost as gracefully as a stunt man. They interrupted the production and called 911, while another member of the audience who is fortunately an M.D. stayed with him. The man regained consciousness and spoke before the medics arrived, so there would seem to be hope for recovery.
|Other than that, Mrs Lincoln, how was the play?|