Abbey's Lantern Hill Inn
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1st Day out of Canada.
This is the day we're living on the edge. Not knowing how long Sioux's new hairdo would take we didn't know what time we would be leaving Canada. Our next stop is a small seaport village called Mystic in the New England area in Conneticut. A total of approx. 753 kms and 431 metres. These GPS things are very precise. Allowing for wrong turns and unplanned diversions that Sioux might 'accidentally' take us on I figured maybe add ...
I had a moment of disorientation when Addie woke me up this morning. Apparently I brought the wrong phone charger on the trip, and my phone was almost dead last night so I turned it off before bed to save the battery. When I turned it back on to check the time, it said it was 10 o'clock! I couldn't believe I'd slept 12 hours, much less that Addie had been that patient. But there it was. It took me about 10 minutes of rushing around to realize that the phone ...
... to the library to find it among the original FDR files. We cross our fingers that they will succeed.
On our last night at the Newburgh, New York, KOA we introduced ourselves to our neighbors, Hector and Maggie. In conversation we learned that Hector is a retired NYC detective, while Maggie works at the Sheraton Times Square hotel. They passed on some hints as to what to see and how to get half-price theatre ...
... each other with opulence. It was a seventy room mansion with sea views hence the name Breakers because of the sea breaking over the shore. It was sold to the equivalent of their National trust in 1972 for $365000 We left behind the Pilgrims and The Mansions and made our way towards Mystic for our overnight stop. Unfortunately we were outside of town so we didn't actually get to see the town of Mystic but the town map looked very ...
It was a fine, sunny day as we drove out of Manhattan across The Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge (59th Street Bridge), in a zippy white Nissan Maxima sporting Florida plates. It may have accounted for some of the "toots" I received from jealous, assuming New Yorkers put-out by what they perceived as two young, smiling "Garden State" upstarts driving on two wheels and "Feelin' Groovy...."
The song remained the same, looping around my skull, as too did the recollection of the ...