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If anyone knows what it’s like to be cooped up all winter it’s your dog. Think about it: all they’ve really had for the past five months has been quick, token walks around the block before being shuffled back inside, out of the cold, day after day. (complete text)

Each spring, New York State comes alive with hundreds of thousands of animals that emerge from hibernation and birds that fly home for the warmer months. With spring officially under way, now is the perfect time to put aside those YouTube videos of sea otters and Bald Eagles, and venture forth to the outdoors in search of the real thing. (complete text)

With more than a dozen historical sites of interest across the state, discovering the legacies of some of America’s most important women pioneers is almost as easy as stepping outside your front door.  Here are just a few to get you started:  (complete text)

Pi Day, March 14, is a great time of year to consider the marvel that is pie.  After all, pie is delicious, it shares the circular properties of Pi, and its appeal is infinite, also just like Pi.  (complete text)

It’s National Pi (Pie) Day –Here’s How New York Does It

New York:  Dog's Best Friend

Step Outside into Wild Wild New York

Women's History Month

Maple Weekend in New York 

Because, after all, what would pancakes be without maple syrup?  They would be flat cakes.  That’s all.  Maple syrup makes things heavenly. We’ve compiled a few Maple Weekend highlights below to get your mission for maple well underway.   (complete text)

Daylight “Savoring” Time in New York State

No matter where you are in New York State, a breathtaking view is never far away and we’ve compiled a list of places no sunset lover will want to miss.   (complete text)

Spring Break for Every Type

Whether you’re in search of that addictive adrenalin surge, an enriching cultural experience, a family-friendly adventure, or a chance to sample and savor local fare, New York State has what you’re after.  (complete text)

Ilovenewyorkblog.com is the official blog of New York State Travel and Tourism.  For each post, a subject and brief was provided along with suggested destinations.  The specific angle was up to me.  Click on (complete text) to see the full post as it was published.  

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