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Stopped for lunch at a Rt 84 Country store high on a hill. Saw some unique items. Lake Wallenpaupack is close by but no time for tubing!! LJ
I played packman for free and saw a cool 8N tractor and a huge teepee. RJ
There was plenty of interesting things to examine, making it a well worthwhile visit for lunch. PJ Onward to New York ...
... back to the hotel, which by the way was the worst hotel we've stayed in. Being a Best Western we thought that it would be ok, but here in the U.S. they are allowed to bring their dogs on holiday with them to the rooms. Terrible smell of dog coverup, the place did feel dirty. Our first night was given to us free as the hotel had no water, so girls had to wash their hair over the bath next morning with bottled water, quite refreshing and a lesson learnt by the teenagers.
... supermarkets are shiny & feel clean when you walk into them.
This little town, Milford, was established in 1700's, the homes here are very cute, most of them are two storey, wooden and have wee verandas out front with hanging baskets, not much garden & small lawn, the same as in the movies like 'To Kill a Mockingbird'. Wonder what it was like here back in the 1700's.
... Tooth brush is a North bound hiker, and kicking ass, he started April 15. Stopping for a break, I found a two-headed ant! It had a set of antennas, and an eye on its extra head - that grew from the top of its original head. Photos attached. We arrived at Leroy Smith Shelter for water, hiked down about 1/3 a mile to the water.......then, stopped by the shelter on the way up the hill......someone left gallons of trail magic water.....but I already pumped 6 liters! ...
That's right... three nights in a row without internet!
The first, at Monticello, their internet had gone down. The next, it was so slow I couldn't even access e-mails. Last night I was on the road.
But I assure you I have some great things to tell you all about my visit to Walkill, particularly Patterson and, finally, Brooklyn.
I should get these ready tonight... thanks for your patience.