Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park at Lazy River
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5th-6th July So, after the morning going round New York we loaded up the van- Gordon, and headed off. The bus is reasonably comfortable, and as there are only 12 of us we've got plenty of space at the moment. We drove out of New York, traffic was bad, despite it being a Sunday. We drove out for several hours to Newburgh. We ...
... around the bend in the Hudson River that concealed it and saw West Point for the first time. Most of the photos for this day are of the West Point facility and the portion of the Hudson River we traveled prior to arriving at West Point.
The banks of the Hudson River ...
... and had a happy hour drink and appy and then went grocery shopping in Walmart. After everything was put away we walked over to the Red Line Diner and had a delicious supper. Clarence had meatball sliders, Gail had turkey, Jim had is usual fish and chips and I had friend chicken with mashed potatoes with a biscuit and veggies. Sorry missed taking a pic but my plate was really loaded. We had a good laugh over that one! Another interesting day for sure. Wonder what tomorrow will ...
... the park. Bought some postcards.
Our plan was to go north to Newburgh, which had an airport with hotels, and some motels marked. There was a choice of routes, either along the Hudson or over the top of Storm King Mountain. Missing the turn to the river route decided it for us. We stopped near the summit for an amazing view down to the Hudson. I saw a large bird of prey soaring in a thermal and had it as a Golden Eagle, soon joined by a mind ...
... of fun with. This year had tons of highlights: Ring Weekend at the beginning of the academic year, several concerts at Ike Hall (including Third Eye Blind and Celtic Crossroads), Branch Night in November, Post Night in January, getting to go to the Super Bowl in February, Shawna flying out for 100th Night in February, and of course Graduation on May ...