The beauty of the Autumnal leaves is in-
describeable to he who has not seen it. Much
like I expect is Ireland. But I will rectify
that soon by visiting my ancestral home.
Please send me a line, Ing, and let me know
how you are?
Boz..you will definitely come away an
honorary New Yorker. There is so much to see
that you will have a working knowledge of
it's streets before you know it. Have a great
I'll pop off a message tonight, Brian - I'm woefully behind in correspondence! Am heading over to the US in November, and although I'm not exactly in your neck of the woods it would be tremendous if we could meet up. Ian, one of my November stops, the week of the 10th, is NY as well.
The leaves are just starting to turn here in London. I remember a couple of years back standing on the top of Blarney Castle and looking out over Irish fields fringed with woods flaming with colour - there was certainly a New England touch to it all. After formative childhood years in NY, I spent many years in Australia and tropical Singapore trying to conjure up the colours of Fall in upstate NY...or my Birthday parties at the Bronx Zoo...or at a friend's cottage in the Massachusets woods.
John, does that include the weekend of April 24th and 25th? Jason Tiller and I will be in Manhattan on those days; we'll have arrived on the QM2, and will be there to see her depart, as well as the QE2's departure, on the 25th.
Well, that's a long time in the future! As far as I know I have nothing planned & I'd love to see the QM2!! You are lucky to be on her!! I am a cruise freak myself & have sailed about a dozen times>remind me again in the spring & I will set that saturday aside! john