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Today was pretty relaxing! After a lay in we walked just down the road from our hotel to Watkins Glen which was a pretty nice walk alongside many waterfalls and cascading water. Back at the hotel Zac, Tyler and I spent the afternoon having intellectual conversations and definitely not jumping around the room pretending to ...
After breakfast we started the drive to Watkins Glen (including a stop for lunch) and arrived at the motel. We are now in our own room which is already messier than the shared room, where we relaxed for a while before dinner and a small walk around some rocks. It was nice to have a relaxing day without our legs dying from ...
... across the road, very quiet and large recreational area with a few small boats. We had stopped much further back at a secluded spot where lake houses lined the lake front.
We have seen a lot of wild deer making the most of the greenery while we have travelled the interstate freeways here. They are a lot smaller than our red deer at home. Have also seen a few raccoons on the roadside, thought they would ...
We made it. This place is pretty cool. We only did about a third of what's here and we will have to come back. This gorge has been created over hundreds of years of erosion and is really worth the time. Need to plan for a full to 3/4 day to take all this in.
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... Research Center.
The centrepoint of the weekend for the Center was the presentation by Scotsman Murray Smith about his exploits in racing over the years. We had the pleasure of dining with Murray at one of the old motels where the Grand Prix drivers used to stay. This was the Glen Motor Inn, overlooking the lake.
The conversation was great and we all learned a lot, I think. The motelier, Vic Franzese, also a party to the discussion ...