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Travel Blogs from West Stockbridge
... proper to the Baseball Hall of Fame and enjoyed our visit there until we went back to the trailer to find a parking ticket. It seems like Cooperstown does not like trailers parking in its town. The museum was so full of statistics that it was impossible to see it all, so we did an overview, but I think that we hit the high points. We continued through the back roads of New York ...
... to continue our adventure. Our next destination was the Norman Rockwell Museum. Rockwell lived in Stockbridge for many years and kept a studio there. It has been moved to the grounds of the museum. What a gem. We really enjoyed the place. If you ever go make sure you hear the Gallery talk. Our speaker was so very well informed and interesting. She pointed out many things that we would have otherwise missed. We walked around the beautiful grounds. The skies had cleared up ...
... 5 Guys in Westfield. Then into the foothills of the Berkshires.
From just outside of Westfield and on into Lee the road is called"Jacobs Ladder". and it becomes a very windy road with many elevation changes. It was getting dark and a storm was rolling in. Karen had found us a room for the night in Lenox through Hotwire. We made all our reservations via smartphone as we drove and had an idea where we would be each night. As we approached Lee we came across the ...
... on some country road about 11 miles from the interstate, so I was very surprised to find the only nearby restaurant actually had very good, homemade Italian food!
So far my wanderings have put me in contact with Mennonites, Amish, Buddhists, and Pathwork history. Tomorrow I have another drive to reach a place I hope to find God in nature. But for now I think I will find God in a good nights sleep. It sounds like heaven to me about now.
... foot on it and into the clip- whenever I started up, I headed up State Street hill. I made it a third of the way and had to stop for a red light. So then I gave up and walked my bike up to the top, got on and rode the last way from the Court House up past the Capitol building. I took a pic of the Capitol building to round out the photo journal for the day. Then just slogging past the U of Albany old campus, the new campus, the new Nanotech Center, trying to dodge ...
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