Saugerties/Woodstock KOA Campground
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSaugerties/Woodstock KOA Campground
Very friendly and accommodating hosts and staff. Wonderful wooded lot.. We enjoyed our stay a lot. Would stay here again.
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Did we mention the fun of driving a 10 ½ tons of vehicle on the very ****** PA road network? If not, allow us to remind you. What should have been a leisurely' (Who are we kidding, driving this large an RV is hardly leisurely) 2 hour drive to our new destination - a KOA in Woodstock/Saugerties, New York turned into another grueling experience. Once …
... because you pay first (how do you know how much you'll need?) fuel is $3.35 a gallon. A gallon is just under 4 litres. Stopped at the Galleria on the way home (Fray got more stuff!) and then home by 5.30pm. Snow flakes on the windscreen as we drove home. Dinner at the same bloody place but this time we shared one bowl of pasta with a small salad each & it was perfect. A good day, last night here, off to Maine in the morning where it could be much ...
... find pretty coffee shops & walk wherever we want but we can't. So we got in the car & went up the road to a Galleria (American for big shopping mall). We found our first Gloria Jeans so got a coffee. I swear I'll be diabetic by the end of this trip. I can't wait to get home & have a proper coffee. We had dinner at the Italian restaurant next door to the hotel (see insta for details of that crazy bowl of pasta) & called it a night. Rain forecast for tomorrow. It's not cold ...
... me is the amount of exposure from overhanging rock on some of these routes. And there are a lot of 'easy' routes that get these overhanging kind of climbs.
Here are the details of of what we climbed on each day.
Day 1 (Monday, Oct. 20)- Ben and I drove in from Lake Placid to the Mohonk Preserve. We arrived in the afternoon, so we were only able to do one climb. We opted for doing Shockley's (5.6). This was the climb that broke me!
... I am trying to remember where we saw the other servants quarters - could it have been the Gould house? There seems to be more recognition of the role the servants played in the historical sites. We were to hear and see how the Irish servant women lived in several different houses on our tour of New York.
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