Still...yummy. I'm bummed that we didn't make it to the other bakeries we wanted to get to (Magnolia and Billy's) but really. You can't do EVERYTHING in NYC.
I sort of like this shot of Curtis with the buildings in the background. Very city. It reminds me that New York has more people that Rumford. Just a few.
Super-duper yummy street food. I wish I could make chicken like this. I don't even know what's in it but I loved it.
We spent quite a while at the Museum of Modern Art, too. There was an exhibit there with some performance artist involving a lot of naked people doing strange stuff. For example: to get through one of the entrances to the exhibit you had to squeeze between a naked dude and a naked chick who were staring at each other, expressionless. Hmm. We passed on that. In fact, Mary and I opted out of the majority of that exhibit. Mary, who does not like most modern art, pronounced it "garbage." I felt that it was perhaps a case of the emperor's new clothes (literally - a lot of nekkid going on) and Curtis's take was that it was interesting in that it had the potential to spark conversation and debate.
This shot shouldn't be too controversial. Just me in front of a painting with good color.