Robert Reoch Visits Hudson Valley New York
Robert Reoch Loves Leaves
During a particularly colorful fall week, we drove from Boston to the Hudson River Valley in New York State to enjoy the sights and surrounds of Poughkeepsie and Hyde Park. Our drive through Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York was spectacular. This was a great year for “leaf peeping.”
Among the sites we took in was the Walkway Over the Hudson, which is a recently completed footbridge, which spans the Hudson River with panoramic views in all directions. We also toured Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s home and museum, a must-see while in the area. Rounding out our trip was the Vanderbilt mansion tour, which proved just a little more tedious than edifying. If you have a couple of hours to kill, it’s just worth the stop.
Do not miss The Eveready Diner in Hyde Park! This is the real deal. It’s a beautiful classic diner-style restaurant with an extensive menu of traditional favorites. The food is as good as the best homemade fare, and the service and atmosphere are like stepping back in time. Order a vanilla malt! Incredible!
The photos below tell the story.
Hudson River as seen from Walkway Over the Hudson.
Leaves nothing to the imagination.
View from the back deck of our hotel.
The Eveready Diner
The Eveready Diner is hoppin’! YUM!
We sat right there in those stools. The place was packed.
I had the best Reuben with fries and a frosty vanilla malt!
Still thinking about diner food.
Taking snaps atop the Walkway Over the Hudson.
The Vanderbilt “Summer Shack.”
Another view from Walkway Over the Hudson.
Joon and me and them purty leaves.
Have a nice fall!
Copyright Robert George Reoch