There are thirty-seven acres that will be turned into a park in Clifton Park. The town purchased the land three years ago and the plans were recently unveiled for the park that will contain trails throughout.
It has been an institution in the Albany area for many, many decades. We took our son there meny times, and I have the old videos to prove it -(somewhere !!) I'm sure you do too. Everyone's pretty riled up about it, so I thought it needed a "battle cry".
When I bought my new house somehow I was lucky enough to also get a trampoline. I never wanted it and tried to get rid of it before Ella saw it with no luck. She LOVED it and her and her cousin Amber (both pictured above) spend a lot of time on it. Drama has found the Levack household now because my homeowners insurance said it has to go.
Sometimes you just have to put the laptop down, turn off the iPhone, and get your butts outside and enjoy the weather. I had to tell myself this recently. So I immediately packed up my laptop and iPhone and took a solo excursion to a local park. I was pleasantly surprised at what I saw (right in Schenectady) and wanted to pass it on to you.
Ever been there? It's a great little park. Little? Did I say little? It's actually huuuuuuge! I happened to have some time to kill the other day, and I certainly found the best place to kill it: The Crossings. So with i-Phone in hand, I took some quick shots:
Spring is here in the Capital Region. Can you think of a nicer place to be than upstate NY during this time of year? There's always a ton of things to do around these parts. But I'm going to add one more to your already overloaded plate-the local Locks comprising of the historic Erie Canal System