Natures’Jewel Of The Heart.

No ordinary tourist planning a trip or traveling to Manhattan could guess that in New York State, we have “Nature’s Jewel Of The Heart.  Unless, a visitor plans a short  day excursion or a long  trek upstate New York.  Journey to the heart of New York with its’ rich nature.

マンハッタンへの旅行を計画したりしている普通の​​観光客は、ニューヨーク州には「”自然”という心の宝石」があることを知らないでしょう。そうでなければ、観光客は豊かな自然のあるニューヨークの中心つまりニューヨーク州北部への日帰り旅行や長いトレッキングを計画するでしょう。自然豊かなニューヨークの中心部への旅をしてみてください。

If you are looking into Eco-Tourism, Nature Travel, Adventure Travel… well look  no further it’s right under your nose.  While you travel to NYC/NYS for leisure and the bliss of arts, look for your own stimulating nature expeditions.  Remember, this travel experience isn’t a wedding nor a honeymoon vacation in Belize but an  artistic, beautifying and enlightening nature trek observation.  Any visitor to NYC can experience the diverse ecology and rich culture when one leaves the、city and enter the heart of upstate New York.  Take the opportunity to travel with G.F.F on it’s cultural & sightseeing tour in 2013. Travel to Saratoga Springs, The Finger Lakes, or The Adirondacks National Park, visit nature at its’ best.

あなたはエコを求める旅行,自然を楽しむ旅行、冒険を求める旅行を探しているなら、それはほんの身近なところにあるんです。レジャーや芸術の至福をもとめてニューヨークに旅行している間、あなたの自然を探検をしたいという心をを刺激するようなことを探してみてください。覚えておいて、この旅での経験は結婚式でも新婚旅行でもありません、芸術的で美しい、自然を観察するハイキングです。 ニューヨークへのどんな訪問者も、ニューヨークを出て、ニューヨーク州の北の中心で多様な生態系と豊富な文化を体験できます。2013年に文化&観光ツアーで一緒に出かけませんか。 サラトガスプリングス、Finger Lakesに、またアディロンダック山地国立公園への旅行でその “最高の自然をご覧ください。

http://visitadirondacks.com/

http://www.fingerlakes.org/

http://www.saratoga.com/

Travel with me to see places I love and where I grew up, see nature, historical sites and see how people co-exist with nature.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE ABOVE EXCURSIONS ARE ALL OPTIONAL. THE ITINERARY WILL VARY DEPENDING UPON DEMAND,THANK YOU.

私の大好きな場所と私が生まれ育った場所を見に一緒に旅に出ませんか。自然、史跡を見て、人々がどのように自然と共存しているかを見てください。上記のエクスカーションはすべてオプションであることに留意してください。 旅程は、要求に応じて変わります。 ありがとう。

LOCAL EXCURSION

An unplanned visit for a special surprise… Mori No Machi Echo Center

Have you ever wondered where your local water supply arrive from, how it get into your faucets? A local visit to your local recycle center will give you an explanation. How ironic but I often thought about those sewage trucks and drivers whose job is to collect our unwanted waste products from toilets. I finally had a first hand insight and to the answer to my question…

Collected sewage waste is delivered to a recycle center like the one in my photos(see photos in the gallery page) and treated with bacteria for 24 hours around the clock, then goes though a detailed purified process only to travel back as tap water. It is a surely an interesting magical process monitored by many computers and human beings.

For the last year or so I’ve driven past my local recycle center several times always thinking to myself I need to stop and investigate what’s there, I finally made that visit. It was after 5:00p.m. which meant on a Saturday it’s closing hours…

Not knowing what to expect I approached a gentleman outside the building only to ask about the recycle center visiting schedule. He was very generous to explain that the center was closed, he went further to ask the purpose of my visit. I clearly told him I was interested in learning about what takes place in the recycle center…

Then I said “thank you” I will visit again another day…

Surely, after hearing my reason for visiting the center Mr. Y was happy to offer a quick tour of the facilities. I was very fortunate to have a guided tour of two buildings. The first building happens to be a recycle center for trees… ever wonder where all those yearly trimmed tree branches in public parks actually goes after those yearly cuts or how those leafs quickly disappear? Leaving us the local residents sitting in a clean, well-kept relax environment? Well, visit your local recycle center to get your own answer if you prefer…

I highly recommend calling to make an appointment first for a group visit, just be sure not to go after visiting hours. Have a great visit you can experience the magic of the recycling process.

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