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Travel Blogs from Pulaski
... where we stopped for lunch and fuel for Meander. We stopped for the night at the top of Lock 23 in a quiet rural setting.
We are still traveling with our friends Jim and Jennifer on the Gray Fox. We seem to have similar cruising styles interests. They may even go to Watsons Glen with us. But they will eventually be heading north towards Lake Ontario while we will continue west towards Lake ...
... Burlington, we crossed over onto the islands that run up the middle of Lake Champlain. I was presently surprised at how pretty these islands are. They are very rural and mostly farmland. This is definitely dairy country. As we crossed back to the mainland we were in New York, right on the Canadian border. Driving across "up-state"New York was much the same, lots and lots of dairies. As we continued across upper New York ...
... thrift shop to setlle Mrs Henry’s nerves. What is better, a thrift shop addiction or a little nightmare every now and then to deal with stress?
The New England mountains in autumn, the streams that ripple alongside the winding roads, what can I say? Lots of very trite stuff.
So what can we say about New England, other than that it’s beautiful and that even inhabitants of Graniteville, Vermont, always have and will continue to fall in ...
... the lights of large and small towns along the way, often times 30 minutes or more of flight time without any sign of life, and wondering about life this far north and so far from the rest of civilization- do people ever actually choose to move here, and if so why, or are they just born here and never leave. Flight continued over Newfoundland, the very bottom of Greenland, Ireland, England, France and touch down in ...
... you, when you, with no beard". How cute!
So I played a lot with their son at my host family's house, and was introduced to his favorite activity: being on pappi's (my host dad) real tractor and putting on the signal and warning lights. When I had seen him last about a year ago, he had already been fascinated by cars, but no it was more of an addiction, with him always talking about tractors :-). All in all I was fascinated by how much and how well Ethan was already able to ...
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