Lyn and I spent the previous weekend in New York City, our first bit of travelling since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. It really was wonderful to be out and about. I had not realized how much we missed the place, because let’s face it, there really is no other city quite like it. In general people wore masks, and there was some sense of social distancing, but in general, it was business as usual and all of the restaurants, parks and the Metropolitan Museum were well attended.
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This next photo is of the handrail of the Dakota apartment building, the home of John Lennon and Yoko Ono, and where he was assassinated in 1980.
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