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Due to my running (and associated unwillingness to stop often), my available pool for this trip is smaller than usual. I’d like to think that, as a result, the photos are of a higher – or at least more amusing … Continue reading
Tagged basketball, Brooklyn photos, churches, East Flatbush, Farragut, firehouses, Flatbush Avenue-Brooklyn College, Flatbush Gardens, IRT Nostrand Avenue Line, Paerdegat Park, plastic slip covers, proselytizing, Vanderveer Estates, Week 30 - Farragut
In my last post, I discussed why sightseeing while running doesn’t work so well if you’re taking pictures. A good picture requires you to stand still, and stop-and-go is awful for a runner. (When you don’t have a camera, running … Continue reading
Posted in Visit recaps
Tagged beer, Brooklyn, Brooklyn College, East Flatbush, Entenmann's, Farragut, Flatbush, Flatbush Avenue, Flatbush Gardens, Flatbush Water Works, Haiti, IRT Nostrand Avenue Line, LIRR Bay Ridge Branch, Long Island Rail Road, neighborhood associations, Old Dutch Brewers, Oreos, running, suburbs, subway, Toussaint L'Ouverture, Triangle Junction, trips running, Troy Avenue, Week 30 - Farragut
Why is 69-year-old William Regan Sr. so happy about this pitcher of water?
Posted in History
Tagged Brooklyn, Catskills, Farragut, Flatbush, Flatbush Gardens, Flatbush Water Works Company, John Cashmore, Vanderveer Estates, water supply, Week 30 - Farragut, William O'Dwyer, Ye Olde Flatbush Cocktail
I was kinda sorta hoping this one would never come out of the hat, because it’s a bit confusing. The Department of City Planning lists two Farraguts in Brooklyn.