The Sachem Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast
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... Butt". The requirement is 1,000 miles in 24 hours. I figured what the heck, I'll go for it. So at 10:50 pm I rolled into the Connecticut driveway with 1,005 miles, about 17 hours after my start. Light rain on and off for the 1st 2 hours after dark and this whole 3 hour run on I-81 and I-84 is heavy with deer crossings. The last ...
... this point we call the closest certified volvo mechanic in Haverstraw. At least that's headed the right direction down the river! We thought about sailing down because the wind would be in our favour, but the river is not straight, there are many big cruising power boats who don't care about their wakes and there are barges and tankers as well. We decided it was too dangerous and we would set up a tow- that's why we pay for these towboat ...
... of Englewood Cliffs near the 95 bridge in NYC. The ocean is totally calm until Sunday so we were planning to make the 20+ hour trip out from New York Harbor to Cape May Saturday morning to Sunday morning. At 6 am when we were ready to pull up anchor, the motor did not start. At all. We tried until about 9 am to troubleshoot and bleed it, then we finally launched the dinghy and Marty went to see what he could do at the Marina nearby. We ordered ...
... useful gift, that gift should be curiosity."
I've included a number of photos of the displays so you can get the Cliff Notes version of Eleanor and her life.
Have a look at a few of the photos of Eleanor’s unpretentious home Val-Kill. Just remember them when you see the photos from the Vanderbilt Estate later in the day! Really. Such a contrast in one day. Our U.S. history and times are fascinating.
Like a big buffet meal, we're sampling what's on offer in the Hudson River Valley this weekend. We're starting off with HISTORY - the National Park Site of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt - the FDR Presidential Library and Museum as well as the FDR home are our first experience in the area.