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Today we explored the south coast of Long Island all the way through the Hamptons to Montauk where one of the oldest lighthouses in America is. This one, at Montauk Point, was commissioned by George Washington, and is also where the famous slave ship Amistad came ashore and where Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders were quarantined after coming down with malaria. It's a pretty remote yet scenic place. The drive through West Hampton, East ...
Port Jefferson is named after our third president. It's a deep water port that has ferry service to Connecticut. While there, we found a winery shop offering tastings from the Pindara and Duck Walk wineries and a small brewery, Port Jeff Brewery, doing the same. Of course, we're bringing some back with us. Yeehaw! It is a quaint little port town with interesting shops and restaurants. We finished our visit with some coffee, tea and pastries at La Bonne Boulangerie. ...
... a lot of money doing this instead of buying one way tickets from NYC to Dublin and from Portugal to NYC. We also plan to fly to England and Italy and we will purchase Eurail passes in order to take trains among the rest of the countries. We also bought "extended stay" backpacks with internal frames this week. It seemed crazy at first that we could fit 6 weeks worth of stuff into a backpack. However, we will only pack the bare essentials and plan to ...
... one of the oldest on the island. So old, in fact, that the house is made of white oak which initially covered the whole island until it was completely deforested. All newer homes have been built with red oak. Some of the support beams for the second floor have a specific number of notches indicating to which place they belong. Very cool. We left the house and headed to the skatepark at which point we met John who was there with his kids. We got to talking and John mentioned ...
... and it was terrifying, the sidewalk was two feet wide, in sections not wide enough to walk a bike over, traffic was heavy, and there was a 25mph sidewind. Luckily there was construction on the bridge, and the workers appropriately looked at me like an alien as I walked my bike up the bridge. I was told no bikes were allowed on the bridge, to which I responded, "oh I'm sorry I didn't know, is there ...
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