Evan was living in Manhattan, sharing an apartment with another couple, and renting out one bedroom. It was the only way that all of them could afford to live in New York City. Our week stay with them gave us all the urban flavor that we could stand.
Bret and Yuri were living in Brooklyn in, of course, a small apartment.
Evan arrived by himself as Katy and the kids were in New Zealand. This gave Evan a chance to channel his mountaineering inner-self.
Besides hiking the local mountains, Evan and I drove the Apache Trail which is about 22 miles of narrow, winding, unpaved road going through exceptional scenery. Two weeks after our trip the road was closed due to a cave-in.
This year we find Evan & family living in an out-of-the-way, on-top-of-a-mountain, hideaway
outside of Otisville, NY.
This was a motorhome trip that was memorable for just the drive up the mountain to Evan's on what at best might be considered a goat path. Luckily, it was not winter.
Enjoyed only a brief visit with Bret, Yuri and Myla as we took the train into New York City.