A. New Hampshire
If you guessed C., you would be correct. Okay, so my post title gave it away, but (honestly) could you have guessed otherwise? I took the photo this past Sunday, during a lovely rainy-day walk in Central Park with my husband.
|Cleo Coyle, whose husband|
is also her partner in
crime-writing, is author of
The Coffeehouse Mysteries.
|The red marker in the photo shows the location of the Delacorte Theater. |
This is where you would go to see a Shakespeare in the Park performance,
and it marks the general area of our Sunday walk.
150 acres of lakes and streams,
(but only during the holiday season).
Actually, the park is one of the
top bird-watching spots in the USA
with over 200 species moving through
during migration months.
with binoculars can be seen up here on occasion.
two of Shakespeare's plays. One of them was inspired by
The Tempest. The other is below. Can you guess it without looking
at the pedestal?
|Click the photo to enlarge it.|
|Two mallards float near a rowboat on the park's 18-acre lake. |
Oak Bridge stands in the background.
(Click the photo to enlarge and see the other duck!)
For the first time on our walk, we can see that we're in a city!
What are the two towers rising in the background?
Scroll down to the caption...
|When we emerged from the park, we saw this sight: |
bleachers on Central Park West. Why?
The city is already getting ready for next week's
Thanksgiving Day Parade!
Mystery Lovers' Kitchen will be celebrating
a week of Thanksgiving recipes,
kicking off this Thursday and ending
on Thanksgiving next Thursday.
If you missed my recipe from last week,
(pictured below) be sure to check it out.
On my facebook page last week,
my holiday appetizer recipe (pictured above)
using sweet potatoes instead of
I think that is a fabulous idea,
and if you have a few extra sweet potatoes
after your Thanksgiving menu is made, this is a tasty way to make use of them!
In the meantime...
by Cleo Coyle
(Marc and I collaborate as "Cleo")
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