Ingalls Crossing Farm Bed & Breakfast
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... to have a friend willing to come across the world just to surprise her two best friends (shout out to Alissa and also to Gabrielle, Mrs. Velasquez, and Sean). I cannot be happier that I was able to share just a small portion of my experience with them.
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... Hudson River Valley
We drove south Along Taconic State Parkway south to I84 then west to Tri State Area at Point Jervis where New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania all intersect. Paul had told us about this unique place where the interstate crosses the Delaware river. The key for us was a campground called Tri State RV Campground (clever name, huh?). So after 276 hard, grueling, yet beautifully scenicked miles we dragged our selves into ...
... the Berkshires and went for a great hike up monument mountain where we were rewarded with some stunning views before heading to our overnight resting spot at The Red Lion in Stockbridge. This is an amazing 18th century inn which felt so old school for America. It was a charming spot to unwind and the local Great Barrington Brewery make a lovely IPA. Looking forward to properly exploring the rest of the Berkshires tomorrow as we head north before passing into Vermont and towards ...
... boulevards and giving us yet more photo opportunities. Our Howard Johnson motel is a couple of miles outside Williamstown and ideal for our purposes. Supper at the "Chopsticks", the local Chinese, Japanese and Korean eatery, very nice and reasonable. It is a source of amazement that sweet and sour pork and Chinese chicken curry seem to be the same the world over, though probably not in the Orient! Though Steph did say her curry was much ...
... murky, grey, dark clouds and a lot of surface water. The other notable feature of the day was the towns we passed through or by en route - Manchester, Liverpool, Rome, Syracuse, Waterloo, Utica and Troy to name but a few.
We did hop off for a dose of historical culture, however, at Johnson Hall, where a British settler, Sir William Johnson, forged relationships with the native Indians in the Mohawk Valley. ...