Letters to Tuvia#220: I’m Here, Lover of Everything Urban (5-5-16)

Morning T,

Coming to you from the Adirondacks..  Arrived yesterday, driving up most of the time in rain and fog right up to the Adirondack Park border and then, the rain stopped and the sky cleared and the wonders began. I’m sharing pictures of his house in the middle of the woods. We sipped coffee from Fairway, feasted on the healthy chicken and veggies and ended the evening in front of his wood stove with a bit of vodka and chocolates and endless conversation, now that we are finally face-to-face.

Here’s a peek:

And there’s no internet,no cell phone service for AT &T and yes, I’m trying hard to enjoy life device free. Thank God for the local library with INTERNET!!!


There’s a very sweet hotel in the town just across the street.  I think you would have been fine there and just across from Lake Champlain, by FERRY… is Montreal, not so cold as it was when we visited in that very cold January.

And tonight…James directs a play!!!!

Bonnie S.

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