1907 Bragdon House Bed & Breakfast
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Tuesday, September 2
Our first order of business this morning was to send and
overnight package to our son Reese. He is on the east coast for about a week
doing a lecture at William and Mary College, looking at some artifacts that
have left his small island of St. Eustatius that are being reclaimed and
exploring the area. We stopped in Erie, PA and sent the package and then headed
off to Palmyra N.Y. Palmyra is home to some of our church’s ...
... with the fall our backdrop. We headed off to make camp just couple mile down the road. Very enlighten experience making base camp, we teamed up to put up the tents of which would become our home for the next 26 days. Camp was set up within an hour, so as a group we headed off for walk back to the water fall this time heading for the bottom. One word to describe it as beautiful. Dinner cooked by tour leader Emily was ...
... The cyclist was really fast though and caught up. He stuck around for several miles and finally parted ways at a fork in the path. He had some interesting things to say about the history of the canal, but Patrick was too put off to appreciate it. The cyclist's friend showed up and told us he had put over 200,000 miles on the canal trail over the past 20 years. He was only wearing cycling shorts and ...
... him trying to pass. A few of the cars behind him were getting quite impatient and angry about this guy and I just sat in the right lane watching the drivers boil in anger. Some drivers are rather amusing to watch, especially in New York. So here I am in Geneva, a few minutes from Hobart’s campus hanging out with a few friends from school - Carol, Gabby, and Natalie. School hasn’t actually started yet so not everyone is here. It ...
... We are located right in town and there was an antique car show on the Main Street. The street was closed so we got to walk around and view some of the oldies. There was a 1967 Dodge Charger that Rich's dad once had. I could not find a 1961 Chevy BelAir, only the Impala. It was fun looking at the cars and speaking with some of the old timers.
We walked all around the town and talked to an antique shop owner for a while. Everyone ...