photos of the high line!? shocker. between traveling, moving, and ed's new job i had this overwhelming feeling that i've completely missed the summery to-do's in nyc. summer in nyc is perfection.... until we move on to the next season and i say the exact same thing.
i've yet to try the shaved ice at people's pops but the popsicles are tasty, i assure you. props to the guy who shaves down that hunk of ice. whew.
the mass exodus to leave the city starts in august and i'm always surprised how empty it leaves this place. we're left with a break in the crowds, shorter lines for froyo, empty parking spots, and more space to stretch my arms during yoga class.
yet somehow the high line is always equally as crowded, specifically on the weekends.
people's pops, blue bottle coffee, and l'arte del gelato all in one swoop. the high line food situation has come a long way.
after popsicle appetizers we rode to redfarm for pan-fried pork and veggie dumplings. for the love of fried rice, that place cannot be beat.
ed and i headed home just as the sun set over the hudson, my bike bag full of doughboy cookies to be eaten on the roof. i daresay we soaked up summer in nyc all in one evening.