Mountain Laurel and Steel Cage Monster Wrestling
I wanted a really strong contrast of a day on Saturday, so I took the Metro-North train up to Garrison and hiked down the Appalachian Trail to Bear Mountain, about ten miles. It was an incredibly beautiful late spring day, and at the end of the hike I sat on Anthony’s Nose, 800 feet above the bend in the Hudson that the English called “World’s End”, and admired the blooming mountain laurel all around, the hawks soaring above, and the freight trains rumbling through the river valley far below.
Then I went to see live Japanese monster wrestling!
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