BROTHERHOOD AND UNITYThere was a time when meadow, grove, and stream,The earth, and every common sight,To me did seemApparell’d in celestial light,The glory and the freshness of a dream.It is not now as it hath been of yore;—Turn wheresoe’er I may,By night or day,The things which I have seen I now can see no more.—William Wordsworth (1770–1850)Ode, Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood Katie now worked as a teacher in Queens and had coached many children with serious social issues and learning difficulties, but she was unprepared for what she found on the other side of the hospital door. This new me was physically different: skinny and pale, cheeks sunken in, and thighs whittled down to toothpicks. My eyes were glazed over. Trying to break the ice, Katie gossiped about people we had gone to college with, knowing that her role was to distract me from the serious matters around me. But it was hard to maintain a conversation because I operated on a delay, responding to basic questions several seconds after they were posed. And then there was the problem of my speech. I had been a professional conversationalist, normally the kind of person who could make small talk with a brick wall, but this new me struggled with even the simplest statements. Most of the time Katie couldn’t even make out what I was saying.

Oregon Trail

Following in the footsteps of pilgrims and pioneers, US‑20 takes in a little of everything during its two-lane trek from Oregon’s rugged coast to the glorious sea and sand of Cape Cod.

Sharon Springs

The 19th-century spa and resort community of Sharon Springs (pop. 558), 50 miles or so west of Albany, was once on a par with Saratoga Springs, its spas attracting as many as 10,000 visitors at a time. But for most of the past 75-plus years, the silent streets have been lined by the slowly crumbling remains of once-grand Victorian-era hotels. Sharon Springs has been kept alive thanks to its unlikely role as a seasonal escape for Orthodox Hasidic Jews fleeing the heat of New York City summers. Throughout the ups and downs, the sulfurous, supposedly health-giving waters have continued to flow, bubbling up into a small fountain in the small park at the center of town.

Sharon Springs seems ready for a revival. On Main Street, the white-columned hotels have been undergoing total overhauls. The stately American Hotel (192 Main St., 518/284-2105, $150 and up) has a very good dining room, with a stylish cocktail bar. Guests can settle into comfy chairs lined up along the spacious front porch and watch the world go by.

American Hotel (192 Main St.)

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