McKinley House Bed and Breakfast
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... a unique store selling colourful tie dyed shirts, tapestries, and incents. We picked up a package of Nag Champa, its a great smelling incent. We came out of the store to see several people looking at the bus. We parked the bus directly across from this store and the owner was delighted to see the bus. The bus is a magnet for people to come and see. Most reflect of a story or two about their travels in a bus or they know someone who has travelled in a bus. I usually ask a ...
Left scenic Whiteface Mt to Lake Placid to tour the Olympic Ski Jump facilities Drove scenic Olympic Hwy 3 to Busy old Watertown for fuel Continued to Canadian border bought duty free & camped at expensive KOA camp at 1000 Islands camp at $75 Last night in Motorhome Great trip but too much driving draining as only driver Vowed last van ...
Left beautiful Danville camp to grubby Montpellier for info then to Bypass Burlington to Charlotte ferry to Essex NY over Lake Champkain Drove onto Lake Placid $ walked the Olympic Ski village Lousy Italian lunch & poor info service Camped at pine forest KOA Whiteface ...
... diminish overnight.
Tomorrow we plan to visit Boldt Castle. It is on Hart Island on the St. Lawrence River. They have a dock so we can take Meander to visit. When we leave there we will go back to Canada where we will probably not have internet access. For our next leg of our meander, we will be going up the Rideau Canal to Ottawa. So our next posts will probably originate from there. The canal is ...
... anything! After a while, my hand started to tingle!
Our last stop was Boldt Castle. I had been here with Mom, Dad, and Mary about ten years ago. They had started working on finishing the interior at that time. It was amazing to see how much work had been done since that time.
George Boldt had come to America in 1864 and started as a dishwasher. He moved through management and eventually owned a prestigious hotel ...