Once upon a time, this was an ordinary city street, with cars and sidewalks and parking hassles. Then someone had the idea to make it a pedestrian-only walk, and small stores moved in and trees were planted and it was even re-paved. It's quite a nice place today. It's one of downtown Schenectady's hidden gems, Proctor's on one end and City Hall on the other. If you're driving (I walk there) you can usually park on the City Hall side, but the municipal parking lot behind Proctor's is free on the weekend.
I've been here plenty of times, but it wasn't until recently that I noticed how the rain brings out the pattern of the paving stones.
Familiar country - The final push to home from Yackandandah was all familiar country for me and the Triumph. Beechworth, Oxley, Whitfield, Mansfield and Healesville rolled b...
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