National Register of Historic Places.
Pit stop for nummy tofu breakfast at The Pantry in New Haven.
The town of New Haven is so charming- I wanted to stay all week but there are so many carousels and so little time. There are not many carousels open on Tuesdays so we followed the music to a funny little children's amusement park- Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, NY.
The view of NYC form the road in to Queens.
This carousel, built in 1903-1908 had a cute and folk-sy restoration paint job and is seated right next to a petting zoo.
Check out the paint job on this cutie!
Llama at the petting zoo.
Exhausted and stinky (it is 90+ degrees in NY!) but still enough energy for having a beer and making a new friend at Brooklyn Bait & Tackle in Red Hook.
Brad! My hero! A great driver (except for that one exit ramp) and travel companion!
I LOVE New York so much- it pains me to leave so quickly- but there is hardly time to sleep and shower (much less go skydiving! Wink wink.) I am super excited to visit Jane's carousel in Brooklyn today and then we are off again!
Thank you for visiting.