When Chuck pup thinks of New York, he thinks of:
- Jewish Delicatessens
- That building from Ghost Busters
- Central Park
- Street cart hot dogs
- Steaming street grates
- and Italian food
So, tonight, we had Italian food. Pasta is a bit outside of my comfort zone, but it was pretty good :)
We stayed at a boutique Gay Hotel called “The Out.” Its very cruisy.
The best feature has to be the gorgeous outdoor spa with living wall.
Huh…those Rufskin swim sungas sure are revealing when wet.
Day 7 Bear Week:
Here are some of the few pictures I captured of the BBQ that we held at the house. We poi, flagged, the music blasted all while people chowed down on some good home made burgers, and snacks. Thank you to everyone that come and brought their own yummy treats. Everyone here (and those not pictured that are inside the house) have grown to become our Ptown fam. It was a fun way to spend the afternoon, just before going hard at our last tea dance and Fireman’s Ball.
It was such a great day. noodlesandbeef, bigxbad, and Nick all took turns playing with my flags and flag poi. It was such an amazing day that was followed by an even greater night.
So many feelings that just can’t be written down.
*BIG HUGS* to all of you!! (I think we all cracked each others backs multiple times that day haha)
Ahhh, I loved our bbq flag battle, @cublifeboston.
We originally threw the barbecue to get rid of our excess food, and ended up with more when it was over. Sigh!
Wearing my new Nasty Pig outfit around town. I feel very bro.
Found this shot of all the flaggers at tea by photographer Dan McKeon.
It was awesome. More and more flaggers just started showing up and soon we had a big group going.
Flagging poolside at final tea!
Catching some sun before the end of our trip.
Dare I ask what was uncomfortable about Time Square?
It’s packed with other tourists. Get enough tourists in one place and you summon street performers, wax museums, and hard rock cafes.
I’m not a fan of crowds and tourist traps.
Love the NYC subways. Steamy and photogenic.
We walked through Time Square. Look how uncomfortable I am.
Lots of shopping around New York’s gay neighborhoods. Unlike SF where its just Castro and SoMa, gay New York is very spread out. Twenty minutes between each cute swimwear boutique. My calves feel amazing.