A stroll down the Champs-Elysées, in Paris, France, is a sensory experience with delicious aromas wafting out the doors of brasseries/cafes on almost every block.
You really can’t travel around Gardiner, or the surrounding towns for that matter, without seeing “Save Tillson Lake” signs on people’s lawns. Have you ever wondered why Tillson Lake needs saving?
Over a year into the pandemic, a really tough winter, social isolation and being cooped up, has most of us climbing the walls. It just may be the time to plan for some Spring “Forest Bathing.”
Local activities for kids in Gardiner are always of interest, but fun, physically-active AND educational activities are rare as hen’s teeth these days.
For most of us, with the exception of roadkill, an animal sighting is a thrilling event!
Each year, since 2017, the Gardiner Gazette has valiantly endeavored to cover the “Best of Hudson Valley” (BOHV) awards to honor Gardiner businesses that have won in various categories.
There are many upsides to raising poultry. A small flock can keep a family in daily eggs with leftovers for sale or gifting.
“Mom, you sew. Why don’t you make some of these masks for people?”
If you live within 20 miles of Gardiner, Mountain View Floor Covering was always only a short drive away. We will miss Mountain View Floor Covering, and especially the chance to do business with our good neighbor, Mario Milano.
For some, there is something inherently romantic about a barn, especially one that has weathered the storms of life and still stands strong to tell of it.