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Opus 40 - page 2 of 2

The two RV Gypsies wandered into the woods behind all of the amazing stonework, and found some great art.

Karen Duquette by a two-sided mirror triangle

The two RV Gypsies attempted to photograph themselves reflected into the tall mirror pyramid. Their first attempt is a bit crooked.

a mirror pyramid
The two RV Gypsies reflected into the mirror pyramid.

Finally, Lee got most of the pyramid in a photo; while Karen got less of the pyramid in the photo, but it is straighter. Good job guys!

The two RV Gypsies reflected into the mirror pyramid.

The two RV Gypsies then explored the poet's grove.

the poet's grove
the poet's grove
Karen Duquette in the poet's grove
the poet's grove
the poet's grove
the poet's grove

The amphitheater.

The amphiteater.
The amphiteater.
Karen Duquette

Rock monuments are normally built for hunting and navigational purposes. An Inukshuk is usually constructed from uncorked rocks and used for marking a location or ommunication directions. The small rock monuments below were made by visitors using rocks from a nearby pile.

Rock monuments
Rock monuments

"The Quarry Family"

Below: "Tomorrow"

The Quarry Family

Below: Karen got up close and personal with "Tomorrow"

Karen gets close to "Tomorrow"
Karen gets close to "Tomorrow"

Below: The front and back of a Statue titled "Flame." Photographing statues into the sun vs. backlighting makes the statues look different in colors, but both sides of this statue are the same color.

the front of Flame
the back of Flame

The Shallow Pool is the largest in the area, but only about four deep deep, This pool is watched over by "Flame" and "Tomorrow."

The Shallow Pool
The Shallow Pool

Heading back towards the house and a statue called "The Bather", and the family pool. Karen took photos of The Bather, but they got accidently deleted from the camera.

the house
the house

The family pool.

The family pool.

Below: "Seated Figure #1" and "Seated Figure #2"

Seated Figure #1
Seated Figure #2


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Menu for the two RV Gypsies in New York
August 30, 2014 - September 4, 2014
You may view these sections in any order you choose.

Opus 40 - The Quarryman's Museum - back to page 1

Saugerties Lighthouse

Brunel Sculpture Park in Boiceville


'Fabulous Furniture' & Sculptures

Lake George Village & Dinner Theater

World's Largest Kaleidoscope

Ausable Chasm

Natural Stone Bridge (3 pages)

High Falls Gorge

Saugerties-Woodstock KOA & NY signs

King Phillips Campground

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go to the next adventure of the two RV Gypsies: VermontAFTER you have seen all of the above sections, please continue on to Vermont and the haystack scavenger hunt and trivia