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This moment in time
This moment defined
How is it I feel nothing?
Just don’t say goodbye
You say to me
I’m trying to do the right thing

This moment in time
This moment defined
How is it I feel nothing?

It’s alright

And we sneak a call
And we’re like thieves
I love the times like these
Just don’t say goodbye
Just won’t you please
I’m trying to do the right thing

It’s alright

All my life I was in the cold
Now I find I feel nothing more
Leave me to learn
Leave me to hurt
Now I’m not so invincible

It’s just come to this you know

Bill Harman walks along the SUNY Oneonta Biological Field Station’s dock on Otsego Lake while an undergraduate parasitology class prepares to catch fish in Cooperstown, N.Y., on May 22. Harman, who founded the field station almost 50 years ago, remains the director of the 2,600-acre facility. See a photo essay about the Biological Field Station at www.chesapeakebay.net (Photo by Will Parson/Chesapeake Bay Program)

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#77: Visit the Baseball Hall of Fame

#77: Visit the Baseball Hall of Fame

The Baseball Hall of Fame is located in cute, quaint little Cooperstown, NY. The National Baseball Hall of Fame is located right on the main street in the center of town. The museum was dedicated in 1939.  Approximately 315,000 visitors enter the museum each year (mostly in the summer), so it’s a big destination! Visit in the fall for smaller crowds and a lovely drive through the countryside.

What can you expect to see at the museum?

  • Baseball at the movies
  • Rotating exhibits
  • Art in the media, relating to baseball
  • Artifacts pertinent to the most recent inductees
  • Plaque gallery (induction plaques of all members)
  • Interactive kids exhibit
  • A timeline exhibit of baseball
  • Women in Baseball Exhibit
  • Negros in Baseball Exhibit
  • World Series replica rings
  • A Records Room which shows current leaders in various baseball statistic categories
  • An exhibit featuring baseball stadiums

And much more!

There is an admission fee. Kids are HIGHLY welcomed!  Visit the museum website at: http://baseballhall.org/

(While you are in Cooperstown, grab some lunch at the Otesaga resort, and grab a brew at Ommegang.)

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JPC breaks ground at the Riverwood National development

July 7, 2015

JPC Custom Homes, Inc recently broke ground on a model home in the Riverwood National development in Otsego, MN. The home will be featured in the upcoming Fall Parade of Homes and is a kick-off to the completion of this golf-community neighborhood. There are six additional walkout home sites available and ready to build!
As a long-time, family owned and operated local home builder, JPC Custom Homes is committed to building high-quality custom homes to fit each individual lifestyle. They treat each home build as if it were their own and provide exceptional one-on-one customer service to ensure every detail is completed seamlessly. The Ridgewood National development and JPC Custom Homes are a great match for new home buyers that are looking for a high-quality, single-level open floor plan villas on a national golf course along the beautiful rolling countryside of Otsego.
The exciting new villa floorplans feature a spacious open-concept living area, knotty alder woodwork, granite kitchen countertops, vaulted ceilings, a deck overlooking the course, two-stall garage and a tuck-under garage for golf carts. The homes have a predesigned layout with interior options to choose from to meet individual style. “We designed the villas to maximize functionality, style and golf course views,” says John Kothrade, President and owner of JPC Custom Homes, “and when we say ‘on the golf course,’ we mean it!”
All of the available lots at Riverwood National, “A Golf Course Community,” are located on the front 9 with easy access paths to the course and clubhouse. The course offers four sets of tee boxes to provide many different levels of enjoyment, with the Championship tees measuring over 7,000 yards, promising even the best golfers a challenging and rewarding round of golf. Also, the Vintage Golf Course is an 18 hole, executive links style course located across County Rd 39 (via tunnel) from Riverwood National.
The neighborhood has much more to boast about than just the golf course. Lawn care and snow removal are included for members of this Riverwood National community, allowing for more time to enjoy area attractions and recreation, such as boating or bass fishing on the Mississippi River (with access less than a mile away) or taking advantage of many nearby parks and trails. The Albertville Outlet Mall, Otsego Target, and several restaurants are just a short drive away. Coupled with nearby access to high-quality healthcare and amenities, Otsego provides the perfect balance to enjoy life.
The 2016 Fall Parade of Homes will be held September 12 – October 4. To see this model or for more information on this golf course community, please contact Jon Hartell at (763) 286-6756 or Chuck Hartell at (612) 991-7168.

Competitors carry their canoes and kayaks past Southside Dam on the Susquehanna River in Oneonta, N.Y., during the General Clinton Canoe Regatta’s 70-mile endurance races on Memorial Day. The dam was the third and final portage for the paddlers, who started the race at Otsego Lake, followed the Susquehanna downstream and finished at General Clinton Park in Bainbridge, N.Y. (Photo by Will Parson/Chesapeake Bay Program)

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