Berry Hill Farm B&B

79 Point Road, Hancock, Maine, 04640, United States | B&B
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Hot and humid.

A travel blog entry by dgosse


... on the hot pavement until a huge truck went through with a huge part of a road bridge. I thought I was going to faint away right there on the road. At around 4, the blue sky turned to dark clouds and within 15 mintues it started to cool off and rain. We stopped at a restaurant to let it pass, and the TV was on showing massive thunderstorms in the area. We managed to get to a motel within 10 miinutes before it really started to pour and the lighting show started. Great ...

Home At Last!

A travel blog entry by stonz22


Left Binghamton, New York at about 9:30 and hit the road. Grabbed a couple of coffees and away we go on I-81 north. Continued our drive through the mountainous countryside in a misty rain. By 1:00 p.m. we had made it to the Canadian border. Yay!

We stopped for a Timmy and a bite and continued on down the road and ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by glenjlittle


... my "favourite" shop! Was really nice to see them both and see Mia wave to me! Armed with my iPad and a few films we set off for Binghamton. After 4 hours we had a stop at a very sparse shopping & food area and ended up, after to a walk around, in a Burger King. We arrived in Binghamton and after checking into the hotel we went for a walk around. First impressions ...

Day 1 500 km and we are in Binghampton New York

A travel blog entry by stonz22


... God Bless Nexus!). Through the Thousand Islands region which was lovely in the sunshine. We cruised down the Interstate 81 through Watertown, Syracuse and into Binghamton for the first night. Made it by 5:30 with one or two major snow blizzards along the way. But little to no snow in Binghamton, however, it's minus 3 and still windy so very very cold. Not a palm tree in ...

Evergreen Member Home - Kay

A travel blog entry by ecks-adventures

... was very cold here tonight - 26F and a very heavy first frost of the season. Everything was white with frost the next morning.

We're really sorry that we drove away without taking any photos of this lovely old home. Kay was such a gracious hostess, and is a county commissioner in Oneonta and is very actively involved in regional politics and services for the aging.


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