MoMA

MoMA

This week, our “get out and stay sane” event was a visit to MoMA, which recently reopened. The number of visitors is limited, and you need a timed entrance ticket, unless you are the guest of a staff member or volunteer, in which case you can waltz right in(1). @MoMA sculpture garden w/ PS H1 [...]

ESB

ESB

We have been in the NYC area for more than 4 years, but during that time, I have never been back to the Empire State Building (1). HVW went with visitors once, but I couldn't make it. The main reason, is the crowds. They are always, always, out of control. We once had a plan [...]

Just back: Nantucket

Just back: Nantucket

At work, we worry that people are going squirrely after working from home for 4 months. At home, Heidi and I are going (a little) squirrely. So we decided to get away for a few days to a place that doesn’t require quarantine. If you're fond of sand dunes and salty airQuaint little villages here [...]

Canada Day Eve

Canada Day Eve

The helicopter thundering outside our condo was the giveaway.  Macy's secret fireworks location would be on the Hudson River tonight.   Instead of one big show on 4 July, there are a series of smaller blasts all week. We ran upstairs in time for the start of the show.  It lasted less than 10 minutes. Obviously, [...]

Daily Commute LIV

Daily Commute LIV

The “stay at home” order has been lifted, so we ventured into the city to see what’s what. Masks were worn at all times during this excursion. The area around the Port Authority Bus Terminal was pretty sketchy. All the tourists and commuters and theatre-goers are gone. The homeless and the drug-dealers and the junkies [...]

Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement

If it isn't tracked, it didn't happen.  Here are some things I've been tracking. 2019 vs 2018 # of workouts per month: down 1 Total # of ski days: up 2 Total # of golf days: down 1 Average weight (lbs): down 1.5 Average # daily steps: down 173 Age (years): up 1 Total # of [...]