Justice Minotaur and Mr. Cornwall visited New York City for four weeks in the spring of 2013, with the latter taking detailed notes on a paper grocery sack from Tamerlane’s Jug & Loaf. Upon Minotaur and Cornwall’s safe return, the notes were accidentally misplaced in the hollow of a fake cane, which Minotaur uses to pretend to be disabled when he wants to use handicapped parking spaces. Fortunately, the notes were discovered in the pretend cane this morning by an aggressive weasel.
On the trip Minotaur and Cornwall visited Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Jewish Museum, Neue Galerie, the Guggenheim, the National Design Museum, Times Square, Liberty Island and Ellis Island, the Museum of Modern Art, Yankee Stadium, Madison Square Garden, the New York Transit Museum, the American Museum of Natural History, the Japan Society, the Manhattan religious edifice of the Mormonite people, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, the Bronx Zoo, the 9/11 Memorial, Prospect Park, Coney Island, Battery Park, the Admiral David Farragut gravesite, the New York Botanical Garden, Citi Field, Gantry Plaza Stake Park, Federal Hall, the Grant Memorial, Hamilton Grange, the Green-Wood Cemetery, the African Burial Ground, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the New York Earth Room, Governor’s Island, 5Pointz, BLDG 92, Socrates Sculpture Park, the New York Aquarium, the Old Stone House, the 69th Regiment Armory, the Schomburg Center, the American Stock Exchange Building, the Apollo Theater, the Chester A. Arthur House, the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building, and the New York Public Library. They saw a strange stage performance in which lions and other jungle beasts were imagined to have human traits and to express many of their opinions in song.
Photographs of this deeply moving vacation, tour, and emotional retreat are provided below.