In 2011, the Village Board began an ambitious road rebuilding program. We are five years into the effort and are nearing the end of the rebuild stage, and will settle into maintaining a road system in good condition. When I came into office in 2010, the Village was in trouble financially, and its roads were […]
It’s campaign season again and in 2015 there is a competitor. Ironically, our opponent took our Nyack First line so we started a new website for the campaign at nyackdemocrats.com. Check it out!
One day the farmer’s horse ran away. His neighbor hears of his bad news and comes over to commiserate. “I hear that you lost your horse. That is bad news and bad luck.” “Well, who knows?” said the farmer, “Maybe it is and maybe it isn’t.” Well, the next day the farmer’s horse returns to […]
From the moment I saw you And felt your beautiful energy My life changed forever And by the end of our first, magical evening In the soft rain of the Village streets I knew I would share my heart with you. My life changed because I found a partner Who sees who I […]
Gone are the clean, crisp winter nights, under a blanket of snow.
I was always the one being pursued. Maybe I should have developed my skills at evasion, so I could have had more time free from the clutches of others. Because now I find myself as the pursuer. I am now the hunter, and I must learn new skills. I have seen a sight so beautiful I can not resist. I want more than anything to track, find and hold her.
Uncle Don (Donald McEachron Foster) died peacefully at Mercy Hospital Southwest in Bakersfield, CA on August 12, 2013. He was 87 years old.
A poem I wrote for my dear friends Akka and Clara who were married on Aug 23, 2013
Hurricane Sandy was a “perfect storm” and surprised most people in the damage it caused.
Here is a short video at the Nyack Boat Club of one of the many boats that broke loose from its mooring.
Ginger at the helm in Newport.