This morning I participated in the Fourth Annual Mid-Hudson Walk for Celiac Disease. The walk begins on the Highland side of the Hudson River. We began walking around 9.45 a.m. It was cloudy to begin with, but then the sun broke through. It was around 60 to 65 degrees F. We walked for 3 miles (at least) on the Walkway Over the Hudson. Apparently, this year the Walkway is having a Boston-qualifier marathon in June (I’m not there yet, though!).
I got some pumpkin bread and farmer’s bread (both gluten-free) from Meredith’s Bread. The pumpkin bread sample was heavenly! Schar was also represented, and I got plenty of coupons for their products! Remember, Schar’s GF croissants are coming to New York state in June!
I only remembered to take pictures at the beginning of the walk (silly me!). Here is a photo looking north:
And here is a photo looking south:
The bridge in the photo is the Mid-Hudson Bridge (officially the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Bridge, but no one calls it that!).
Have a happy Saturday! 🙂