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What a weekend! End of October and its 80 F, feels like i’m in Fl. #autumn #newyork
What a weekend! End of October and its 80 F, feels like i’m in Fl. #autumn  #newyork 
#saturday #crotononhudson 
#daytrippin with family 
JP in full effect 🙇🏻👯 #crotongorgepark & #crotondam see more photos in my story area for today :) #crotondampark #history:
The New Croton Dam (also known as Cornell Dam),[1] part of the New York City water supply system, stretches across the Croton River near Croton-on-Hudson, New York, about 22 miles (35 km) north of New York City. Construction began in 1892 and was completed in 1906.[2] Designed by Alphonse Fteley (1837–1903), this masonry dam is 266 feet (81 m) broad at its base and 297 feet (91 m) high from base to crest. Its foundation extends 130 feet (40 m) below the bed of the river, and the dam contains 850,000 cubic yards (650,000 m3) of masonry.[3] The engineers' tablet mounted on the headhouse nearest the spillway lists the spillway length as 1,000 feet (300 m) and the total length of the dam and spillway combined as 2,188 feet (667 m).[4] At the time of its completion, it was the tallest dam in the world.[5] New Croton Dam impounds up to 19 billion US gallons (72,000,000 m3) of water, a small fraction of the New York City water system's total storage capacity of 580 billion US gallons (2.2×109 m3).[6] - Wikipedia
#saturday  #crotononhudson  #daytrippin  with family JP in full effect 🙇🏻👯 #crotongorgepark  & #crotondam  see more photos in my story area for today :) #crotondampark  #history : The New Croton Dam (also known as Cornell Dam),[1] part of the New York City water supply system, stretches across the Croton River near Croton-on-Hudson, New York, about 22 miles (35 km) north of New York City. Construction began in 1892 and was completed in 1906.[2] Designed by Alphonse Fteley (1837–1903), this masonry dam is 266 feet (81 m) broad at its base and 297 feet (91 m) high from base to crest. Its foundation extends 130 feet (40 m) below the bed of the river, and the dam contains 850,000 cubic yards (650,000 m3) of masonry.[3] The engineers' tablet mounted on the headhouse nearest the spillway lists the spillway length as 1,000 feet (300 m) and the total length of the dam and spillway combined as 2,188 feet (667 m).[4] At the time of its completion, it was the tallest dam in the world.[5] New Croton Dam impounds up to 19 billion US gallons (72,000,000 m3) of water, a small fraction of the New York City water system's total storage capacity of 580 billion US gallons (2.2×109 m3).[6] - Wikipedia
Got to spend a beautiful October day outdoors with the husband. We initially planned to go to Storm King, but after 1 1/2 hours drive so it was crowded police had to barricade the entrance. We ended up going to Old Croton Gorge, a place I’ve been wanting to explore for years. Didn’t realize it’s so close to home too.
Got to spend a beautiful October day outdoors with the husband. We initially planned to go to Storm King, but after 1 1/2 hours drive so it was crowded police had to barricade the entrance. We ended up going to Old Croton Gorge, a place I’ve been wanting to explore for years. Didn’t realize it’s so close to home too.