Creek Locks Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... some great buys from a shop that had a 'buy 1 get 2' items free. Crazy! Bizarrely I was over it before Fray so we headed for the car about 4.15pm! Nearly 6 hours of shopping! Fray! Got out of the car park ok. Got on the thruway ok. Then had to go through the toll booths & because of the rain & the number of cars & we were trying to be really careful, we took a wrong turn & ended up heading south towards NY instead of north. No way of doing ...
... after sunset, hence the title of this entry. We had to walk over the river and it was a steep, high overpass with a pedestrian path beside the road. Unfortunately all the lights at the top of the overpass were broken so it was only passing cars that lit the way. We passed 4 men, one was drinking beer, but we just put our heads down and power walked across. Probably took about 30 minutes but this river front ain't no Southbank. There was no one around but I just kept telling Fray ...
... it is impossible to place a price on our well-being.
Day 4 (Thursday, Oct. 23)- It rained ALL day!!! We could not get out to the park and climb:(
Day 5 (Friday, Oct. 24)- FINALLY! A great day of weather! We woke up early (6:15 am) and made a beeline for Madame G's and hoped that our gear would still be there...it was!!!!! We were the first group to arrive at the climb and right as we got there, there were two other groups behind us that wanted ...
After our tour of Lindenwald, Martin Van Buren's home, we continued south to Olana, the home of Frederic Church of the Hudson River School of painters. It was rather cold and blustery so we sought refuge in the museum/office where I ran into Adrienne and Sharon of the Red Rock Circle. Vesna had tentatively ...
... times. And, the dimness also helped keep the furnishings from deteriorating. I guess much of the furniture was donated along with the house and the library. I am a bit hazy on this now. I did notice how rather modest the upstairs furnishings were. Some of the furniture was substantial and probably expensive but there were a lot of twin beds in rooms that were not huge by today's standards....and no king size beds either. We were told that a lot of ...