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Cool, crisp and gorgeous – late Fall on the Peninsula

The Dawn Jogger got up well before sunrise this morning and headed out for a loop around frozen but waterless Lake Lagunita. There weren’t enough clouds in the sky to get a pretty sunrise, but she was rewarded on the … Continue reading

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It’s a Bedwell Bayfront Wednesday and more reality orientation

The Dawn Jogger returned to her Wednesday routine of walking Bedwell Bayfront Park at dawn, followed by Pilates. She’s seen some spectacular sunrises there – some of the best of the year – but it’s all about the juxtaposition of … Continue reading

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Return to reality and Big Dish

If there is a way to get back to “life as usual,” the Dawn Jogger can’t think of a better avenue than a walk up and around Big Dish from Piers Lane. She set out just a bit before dawn … Continue reading

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Farewell to New York City

Thinking she had a morning flight home this today (well, she did until it got canceled two minutes after her arrival at JFK), the Dawn Jogger was up early enough to watch the sun come up. She is sad to … Continue reading

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Photo op at the Met that says it all

The temperature turned cooler today, and with the Met just blocks away from where she stays in New York, it was a good day to visit some old friends (the Impressionists galleries) and see a special exhibit that featured the … Continue reading

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Avoid the NYC holiday parks with a stroll in Central Park

It wasn’t near sunrise but at least it was before noon when the Dawn Jogger went for a good long stroll around Central Park. The temperature was in the high 40s and, with little wind, very pleasant to be outside. … Continue reading

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Two great NYC holiday treats tourists may overlook

Tourists come to NYC and like lemmings, amass at Rockefeller Center, clogging Fifth Ave. The Saks windows and other storefront displays are also the draw. But far fewer seem to find their way to two other NYC holiday gems. The … Continue reading

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