Mongaup Pond Campground
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... with it for an airport-priced breakfast. Just as well we did, as our first flight, London to Helsinki only had pre-purchased food. It was a boring 2.5 hr trip, in which we gained 2 hours. We then reversed direction, and flew back north of England, across Iceland and down the east coast to New York, losing 7 hours in the process (an 8.5 hr journey), and arriving at JFK at 4pm. George and I had separate seats on both legs, so we couldn't even keep each other entertained. The ...
So the first tattoo convention we went to was in Reading pennsylvania and was a good time! The second giant one however was in Wildwood New Jersey, straight 4 hr ride and was amaing! The address was 4051 boardwalk (I believe) wildwood convention center and it was right on the boardwalk... I'm hoping to be able to return there soon for a small get away vacation and just be able to put all of our **** behind us... Oh would be ...
... built by 1833 as interest in tourism in the area increased. The structure was built with the intention to expand it, but was unable to compete effectively with its competition. The Overlook Mountain House, opened in 1871. At 2,920 feet, it was at a higher elevation than any other hotels in the area. The hotel had capacity for 300 guests and was destroyed by fire in 1875. The hotel was rebuilt in 1875 and faced increasing competition. In 1921 it was the site of a ...
... saw a huge cloud similar to a mushroom cloud, with lightening and the sun setting behind it. looked impressive. got back to camp, and discovered the storm flooded camp again, and it had stopped by the time we got back.
4th july: independence day! - 6:00am wake up after a night spent in my swim shorts, then try to wrestle everyone into the lake (brits are thrown into the lake) then a normal day until after dinner - a skit from every country that both campers ...
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.