The Barnwell Inn
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... of the past?). The Abbott and Costello "Who's on First" routine was a riot to see in its entirety and got us all laughing. Glad the kids now know it. We were hoping to swim in the lake, but the clouds opened up. Luckily, we were able to play board games in a very welcoming (and dry) ...
... and we arrived to find several other Loopers. John cleaned fuel filters here, and Sue and Pat relaxed in preparation to commence travel on the Erie Canal. We viewed several You Tube videos of proper lock-through techniques and the various types of tie-ups to the locks in the Canal. The next day we got our chance to experience seven locks - all being mid-ship ties around poles in the lock walls. Sue and Pat did and admirable job in the rain that started to come ...
... to camp, the sun was out, the day was shining, and we were both ready for some quiet down time, so we set up the lawn chairs next to the river (I mean "creek) bank) and enjoyed the sounds of nature for awhile. Nice way to end the day and our stay in Herkimer.
Tomorrow we hit the road on our way to Pennsylvania, so we'll see where we end up tomorrow night. We hope to make it all the way to Scranton. Time will tell.
... South Point where we saw the Hudson River Valley below us & Roger had to go see it too!!
We were happy to see our little summer friends for the first time this year!! FIREFLIES!!! We just love these little things - they are like little fairies & we can sit and watch them for hours!!
... we went through that last fall on Part 1. It is also the highest lift (40 feet) of any of the locks on the Erie Canal.
We are docked at a very nice marina in the small town of Illian, New York. We are taking advantage of the facilities including electric hook-up. Our generator has gone kaput again so having shore power is nice for cooking. Otherwise we get by pretty ...
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