A Sailor Went to Sea Sea Sea

Had the most memorable summers at Robin Hill Day Camp in Yonkers; it later became a condo development (was near Fort Hill Road and Jackson Avenue).

I remember songs from camp shows, and wonder how Harriett (who directed us) managed to come up with new ideas each year. “The newspapers shout it, there’s no doubt about it, the facts are incontestable. Banners are flying, there is no denying, New York is a summer festival.”

Bet that was about the 1964-65 World’s Fair in Flushing Meadows, Queens. Getting nostalgic. So back to the present.

♪ ♫ To see what he could see see see, And all that he could see see see, Was the bottom of the deep blue sea sea sea ♩ ♬

Maybe this includes the deep blue Hudson River as well — Thursday’s post of the EarthCam® construction camera views from Upper Grandview, and the marina in Tarrytown, got attention from the Commonwealth of Australia!

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Blog stats to date: Seen by at least one person in each of 21 countries, including the USA, on five continents!

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It was raining on and off by the time I got to the bridge on the way to a meeting in Rockland yesterday morning. Visibility wasn’t bad; the distraction was the construction machinery jutting up beyond the westbound lanes, like giant sea monsters. Not on the ride back on the bridge’s south side.

Today I went to the Palisades Center with mom and thought I wouldn’t notice them. I did and so did she. Maybe I won’t notice them next time.

I’d like to know what you think.

Copyright © Janie Rosman and Kaleidoscope Eyes 2013

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