Last weekend I volunteered with the New York/New Jersey Trail Conference NYNJTC , I took a class on Building Stone Crib Walls (Trail U 1005). It was tough work.
The Bear Mountain Inn, shown above. Rooms go for 216USD per night (AAA/AARP rate)
Bear Mountain Trails Project will demonstrate all the different kinds of stonework one may come across on trails such as steps, stepping stones across small streams or marshy areas, retaining walls, waterbars, etc..
here) the weekend off.
These are from the Rain Chain Garden.
Beers in the Fridge:
Resin is a very hoppy and very strong can of Imperial IPA at 9.0 % ABV and 103 IBU (bitterness scale). Not my cup of tea.
Meanwhile the Woodchuck cider is not a beer, but it is very good, sweet yes, but not bad when your in the mood for it. Very subtle raspberry flavor.