Friday, May 11, 2018

Theodosia in New York // August 2017

Hello! Last summer I took a trip to New York state with Theodosia, specifically Cooperstown and Ithaca, NY. It's been 9 months since then, but better late than never, right?

These first photos are of Theo in front of an original 1700's church that some of my ancestors went to when they first settled in New York! 

These next ones were taken on the porch of the place we were staying at in Cooperstown, NY. 

Cooperstown is an old town, made famous by the Baseball Hall of Fame that makes its home there. While that didn't interest me, there were still many beautiful places like the Finger Lakes and an art museum. 

I wish you could see it, but the house in the background had the most beautiful garden! I can't wait to have my own home so I can make a big, magical garden, too.

Here is Theo at the Farmers' Museum, an old working farm and replica village made from real buildings from the 1700's.

I hadn't taken doll photos in public in a while and it was a bit scary, honestly! But I needed the practice again.

One of the pretty gardens there.

Then I took some pictures in downtown Cooperstown in a little courtyard area behind the Baseball Hall of Fame. 

It was so peaceful and secluded here.

Me in Cooperstown (with Theo in my backpack!)

We also went to Ithaca, NY, which is a bigger city but there are so many waterfalls around the area (this one was my favorite). We stayed in a more rural area, but we did explore the city for a day.

One of my favorite places in Ithaca was the Cornell University Library, which was so amazing! This picture is terrible, but I'll have one of me in the library below.

Lastly, Theo came to explore some waterfalls with me! This was the only one I could take pictures with her in it because the rest were too busy, but I like how these came out at least.

This waterfall is called Buttermilk Falls.

I have plenty of travel plans for the future, so hopefully I can post about those not too long after I go on them, unlike this trip! :)

Have a good weekend xx


  1. What a wonderful trip! I've been to Cooperstown, but we weren't able to go to the farmers museum. We did go to the baseball hall of fame which interested me, but not Franz.

    Is that really a photo of you in the Cornell library? Outstanding!

    Thank you for sharing. You're quite right...better late than never.

    1. Yes, that is a photo of me at the library! Thank you for your lovely comment! :)

  2. This is a cute journey! Thanks for sharing, a wonderful post.


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