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"What a difference a day makes" Dinah Washington
Sunday 5 October 2014
Yesterday was ruined by constant, heavy rain. Today couldn't have been any more different - beautiful bright blue skies all day accompanied by crisp temperatures. Marvellous!
In-house blow-out breakfast courtesy of the Super 8 and we zoomed off towards the Mohawk Valley and the Berkshires. This is rural ...
Had a bit of a sleep in although Wes did not have a good night so he did not really get any more sleep than usual. Wonderful breakfast upstairs where we were treated to china crockery and metal knives and forks. It is amazing how much you appreciate small things like that when you have had paper and plastic for 4 1/2 weeks.
Went for a drive to Albany, the capital of New York state. We are staying about 12 miles from the centre of Albany which would be about Bald Hills ...
... Park. It boasts the only dam in North America made from marble.
At North Adams, we took out money from a drive through ATM. We have seen lots of these as well as drive through tellers and pharmacies. It makes sense when the snowy weather arrives.
We then headed south on the Mt Greylock scenic route. This little road took us through some lovely areas with the trees close in. No views from the scenic outlooks as we were in the clouds. Still the views of ...
... party for us. Everything was delicious. We are thankful for such good friends.
When we arrived home, our whole family came to help us celebrated with pizza and wings.
Our grandsons came the next day to help us unpack. This was very much appreciated.
The end ...
Elizaville is a tiny town in the centre of the Hudson Valley.
A beautiful valley which the mighty Hudson River runs. Seems a great growing area for produce. Apple and stone fruit orchards but varying standards with tidy intensely planted orchards to run down ones, with wide plantings and old dying trees. Most on hill sides as land not flat in region.
The Hudson Valley ...