Henry practices catching snowflakes on his tongue during a walk home.
It was rainy most of the day, but once it eventually stopped we took advantage of the day’s milder temperatures with a walk through the neighborhood and then back on the Tribeca boardwalk portion of Hudson River Park.
To my dog on wheels I’ll tell my pleasures and woes
To my dog on wheels I’ll tell my secrets and more
Then one day in spring I’ll take him down to the road
It was unseasonably warm today with the temperature getting up into the 60’s. So we took advantage of the mild weather with a long walk through Hudson Square, Greenwich Village and the Meatpacking District this afternoon.
Grabbing the chain-link fence at James J. Walker Park.
H is for Henry on Hudson Street.
Sidewalk Christmas tree lot.
Walking on 10th Avenue.
It was a perfect Sunday for Jess to bring her daughter, Isla into the city from Connecticut. This was Isla’s first visit to New York City. We went to lunch, walked around the park, and then Henry and Isla were able to get in some play time. Hopefully, they will come back soon.
Isla and Henry pose on a grassy knoll near Asphalt Green (more like a big planter with grass in it).
Isla and her mom near the soccer fields.
Isla and Henry play in his room.
Saying goodbye to Isla and Jess.