This diner has an astonishingly huge menu ranging from panini's to club sandwiches to gyros and much, much more. With food in our bellies we headed a bit further down the road to the Walkway over the Hudson park. It was a dark and gloomy day, so this is the best picture I could get:
After spending the morning/afternoon sitting in planes and cars, we were happy to walk the full length across the bridge and back. The rangers were not as happy with us as we didn't realize the park had closed at dusk. We ended up getting a park ranger escort as we walked the last half of the return trip in the dark with the ranger trailing behind us in his car.
We then got back into our car to drive the rest of the way to our hotel, check-in, stop at the store and then head to the Martha's Vineyard Fiber Farm party. The farm recently underwent a lot of changes, including a move to new property and a name change (now known as Juniper Moon Farm). A big bunch of shareholders had rented a beautiful house for the weekend and opened it up for a potluck gathering with plenty of knitting, spinning, drinking and talking. We stayed for as long as we could keep ourselves awake. Then, to bed we went. We needed to rest up for the first day of the festival!