Saturday, April 08, 2006


Even this horse didn't seem to like how the price of gas is creeping up!

Friday, April 07, 2006

Roof update!

Even closer! Old roof: GONE! New roof felt down and nailed: DONE!

Thursday, April 06, 2006

Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Final views of NYC

Early we need to get up early...

...NYC is waking up at 6AM...

The Warwick entrance

The Triborough Bridge which will be taking us back to La Guardia

Jeez, isn't there a 'Goodbye from New York' sign?!

A freighter that we flew over as we came home


Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Busy day ahead! Better get this stuff done!

Today is our last full day in fun NYC! We better make the most of let's head to...

...Battery Park to see the Statue of Liberty! YEESH it's cold out!

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, to see all of their Egyptian collection...WOW...that's a freakin' huge collection!

It even includes many statues...and... actual temple...moved brick for brick from Egypt!

(Translated: Ramses wuz here...shout out to Ra!)


Greek a very neatly designed room that allows light to come in but never directly shine on the pieces, but 'warm' the room.

The Essex House

More Lost!

A full-size ferris wheel in Toys R Us in Times Square, each car themed to a different toy brand!

Almost time for the show! The crowd gathers, and the show is...of course...SOLD OUT!

Can't get enough of Radio City!

And a photo of David Gilmour from our concert tonight...courtesy of It was an incredible concert, especially Echoes!

Monday, April 03, 2006

The city that never sleeps? Screw that, I did!

Our room at The Warwick, thankfully, was quiet. However, it certainly didn't offer a scenic view...

The view outside room 1406 at The Warwick. We couldn't see the ground, nor could we see the sky.

Tavern on the Green. We had a great lunch!

Stained glass lamps in the hallway to the main dining room at Tavern on the Green.

More stained glass!

Standing by a cherry blossom tree in bloom in Central Park.

Looking towards the south end of Central Park

John Lennon tribute in Strawberry Fields in Central Park

Me. Central Park. Neat, eh?

The American Museum of Natural History

The dinosaur was sooooo big...I couldn't get it's full body in one picture!

Standing next to the largest meteorite to every be recovered on Earth!

Replica of one of our Mars Rovers!

The view underneath the Hayden Planetarium

The outside view of the Hayden Planetarium

Subway train comin'!

Grand Central Station!

The clock in the center of Grand Central Station. wasn't 12:32 at the time....?

One of the exquisite lamps hanging in Grand Central Station

Times Square on a rainy, but bright, night! are here, by the dot. Err...where's the dot?

Sunday, April 02, 2006

I want to be a part of it, New York, NEW YORK!


The long awaited trip to New York City has finally arrived! David Gilmour in Concert, on his opening night of his U.S. tour at Radio City Music Hall, is just two days away...and we're going to BE THERE! AWESOME!

Radio City Music Hall! Just two blocks away from our hotel (The Warwick)! COOL!

The concert poster! I want one! SOLD OUT! Yeah, baby!

Rockefeller Center!

Pink Floyd mask from "The Wall" movie at the Hard Rock Cafe on Broadway!

A solid wall of guitars at the Hard Rock!

Me, on Broadway!

Hey...that looks rather familiar...almost as if it's about South Florida...

The Empire State Building!

The Chrysler Building!

The Reading Room in the New York Public Library (1 yard short of being as large as an American football field!), as seen in many famous movies...

Spamalot! We're huge Monty Pyton fans, and wanted to see it when we first heard about it.

As it was, we didn't see Tim Curry perform (he left a couple of months ago), but we did see Hank Azaria and David Hyde Pierce's final performance! Really funny, don't miss it! It was almost worth the trip up for this show alone!

Ooooh....LOST references!

Times Square!

St. Patrick's Cathedral!

Inside St. Patricks!

...and the final shot of the night...Radio City, all lit up!