Tag Archives: Berkshires

Williamstown, Massachusetts, USA

http://youtu.be/aTitih8HBMQ I share this video so people can see what the Berkshires is like.  Nothing exciting, just 3 minutes driving down the main road thru town.  Williams College with its mix of old and new architecture is interesting. Advertisements

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Berkshire Heroes

영웅 Hero On Friday, December 05, 2014, North Adams Fire Department, Ambulance Service and Police Department, responded to East Main Street for a fire.  Firemen quickly extinguished the fire. No one was hurt.

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Berkshire Battalion Pro Hockey

  Berkshire Battalion hockey team plays in the Federal Hockey League at a skating rink in North Adams, Massachusetts.

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Yankee Inn, Berkshires

  Tuesday, I had a pleasant stay at the Yankee Inn in Lenox, Massachusetts in South Berkshire county.  My love for the Berkshires is showing again 🙂  Don’t you want to come visit? KTalk #15 방 있어요?  Are there rooms? … Continue reading

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Romantic meal at Table Six Restaurant in the Berkshires

My language exchange partner asked me to translate into Korean the menu for Table Six restaurant in the Kemble Inn.  It is beyond my current abilities.  I will take a stab at naming the ingredients.  That hardly gives justice to … Continue reading

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Menu, not learning

Why not try to translate your favorite menu?  Then as a reward, take yourself out to dinner 🙂 Lennox in the Berkshires has many fine inns.  The Kemble Inn with executive chef Ronald Rena serves this menu: You can enjoy … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Liang Show at Williams College Sept. 18

Actress Elizabeth Liang is a Third Culture Kid. Third Culture Kids are the children of international business people, global educators, diplomats, missionaries, and the military — anyone whose family has relocated overseas because of a job placement. Liang weaves humorous … Continue reading

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Living museums

In Massachusetts, we have three “living museums”.  They are recreations of villages in a particular time period of Massachusetts history that contain buildings and actors who are historians dressed in period costume.

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Agricultural Fair

Adams Agricultural Fair in Berkshire county, Massachusetts, USA.

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Mt Greylock

Mt Greylock is located in Berkshires, Massachusetts, USA.  The 2,200 mile Appalachian Trail passes over it.  On top of the mountain is a hiking lodge.  Working there was the best job I ever had. Hikers stop in for a meal.  (No … Continue reading

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Wayside Park

Pictures of a small “pocket park” on the side of Route 2 next to old factory buildings that have been converted to artist lofts and a canal for river floods. Wayside Park is cared for by volunteers from the North … Continue reading

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Just waking up, need coffee

Good Morning. 좋은 아침. In the spirit of learning what I need, I decided to figure out how to say “I’m just waking up,” so that when a pen pal in another time zone is eager to chat and I … Continue reading

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Planting a Garden

Shaking off the snow fall last week, I am determined to do some gardening this year. Farmer’s Almanac seduces me each week, sending emails, planting guides, and garden planner. Check out the Farmer’s Almanac website for your own free planting … Continue reading

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Berkshire Wildflowers

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Should a New Englander try to teach English?

Yes, I am a native English speaker, but that comes with a caveat.  I have lived in Massachusetts all my life.  I speak with a Massachusetts dialect. I ask myself :  Should I be trying to teach English?   

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