Archive for January, 2014


January 29, 2014

Add to the excitement and enjoyment of Super Bowl 2014 in New York with PowerHiking New York City, Fourteen Great Walks Through The Streets Of Manhattan.  PH_NY-Cover_225
When you are not at the game, you can visit history and culture, savoring spectacular architecture, parks, gardens, shops and cuisine.  Ice skate in Central Park, enjoy the Museum of the City of New York, the Metropolitan Museum, the circular rotunda of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the tropical atrium at the Ford Foundation Building, the Tenement Museum, Little Italy or the amazing Highline.  The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island await you as does Strawberry Fields, Bethesda Terrace and Columbus Circle.  Whether you are a Bronco or a Seahawk fan, PowerHiking New York City will help to make  your trip more exciting and memorable.                                                                                                   


January 13, 2014

The herring continue to run on San Francisco Bay and the birds and seals continue happily chasing after them.  But the fog has come in and you can hear the birds but not see them.  What a different perspective of the Golden Gate Bridge when it is shrouded in fog.fog


January 10, 2014

The Herring are running in San Francisco Bay and the birds are aware.  The waters are filled with birds – sea gulls, pelicans, ducks and geese – floating in the water everywhere and even close to the shore.  With a sprinkling of fog over the City and a few clouds dotting the sky, the Golden Gate Bridge looks down on the feeding frenzy.  The water is placid and calm as the birds feed and seals frolic and feed among them.  Even a porpoise comes  up for air near the rocky shore.  Ferry boats ply back and forth and the occasional power boat passes, but the birds are not deterred.

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