Somerset Country Inn
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... had dinner at the Oyster Bar in Grand Central Terminal and tried out the acoustics in front of it to good effect - two people stand in opposite corners, facing the corner with backs to each other, talk and hear each other no matter how softly you speak. We also admired the ceiling in the Grand Central terminal main concourse - guide told us that it was black from years of cigarette smoke then cleaned to reveal its beautiful ...
... dyed different colours throughout the year to commemorate / celebrate events (e.g. pink for breast cancer awareness month, purple for Lupus awareness ("it’s never Lupus"), blue to commemorate police officer fatalities). Unfortunately the fountain was switched off when we were there due to the icy weather but I imagine on a summer’s day it is really pretty. New York apparently has a bigger version of the LOVE sculpture so we will have ...
... cooler! Yum! Breakfast of champions! When we went to get gas the attendant told us electrical problems, no gas. So we got off in new Stanton exit for gas which was bout 30 miles down road. Our car is ford escape and getting 40 mpg. Yippee! Beautiful country up here in western PA! Truck traffic is a little much right now! Hope that ...
... Minnesota. Nice folks. We talked about Target Field (my baseball trip), Juicy Lucy burgers, a disgusting dish called lutefisk (look it up...disgusting...they even said they had never had any, but knew all about it) and the fact that I have a Twins hat, not because I'm a fan, I like the hat.
8:00 am and into Mount Vernon. $17 entry all day. I also got a self-guided tour device. Nice, but really not needed. I was assigned the first tour ...
... view of downtown Philly from there. I can tell you that there were more people there doing this sort of thing than there were going in the museum. So, I made my tribute video, which you can find here if you haven't seen it.
The next couple of days were spent in camp, doing some chores and some work, with fuel supplied by our first Philly cheesesteaks (chicken version since we don't eat beef). Yum.
Based on a tip from our friends, the Bullocks, we ...