Four Chimneys Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the lobby, motorcycle parked under security camera out front. Went to the gourmet grocery store next door. Had crusty bread, crab salad, and a huge can of Foster's beer for dinner. Nice hot shower, and I am a new woman.
475 miles today, easy miles.
Onward to mi casa tomorrow, hopefully. I haven't checked the weather forecast yet - still working on that can of Foster's!
We finished our last locks of the trip! Yahoo!
We stayed at the Troy public docks and walked the city area. It was hopping with many people beginning their weekend celebrations and lots of outdoor restaurants were full of diners enjoying the warm summer night.
Met Larry at 0545 at the Bob Evans in Willoughby, OH, and instead of eating an early breakfast we decided to hit the road to get through some construction on I-90 before the traffic started up. Stopped at 0730 hours for breakfast at Denny's, then on the road!
Great weather, minimal traffic and construction. However, We came upon an accident shortly after crossing into Pennsylvania. A U-Haul ...
So today was good. The second day of the institute for the SEN administrators and what a shift from yesterday. I enjoyed yesterday afternoons session, but was apprehensive about what today might bring and whether it would be more relevant to me. It was, and the first keynote was from Dr. Paula Kluth, who was fast paced, insightful and funny too. She has a website www.paulakluth.com which is great, but better still she also has a website called ...
... driver and yup, it was Chris!!
Got to camp, set up and headed into Bennington to see the old covered bridges. Walked through one and it was like walking on cement. The floor is 2X4's packed together on their sides. I was amazed at how strong they were. Stopped in at a Potter Barn so see how the pottery was made. From there we went to the Sugar Bush to sample the maple syrup. By the time we got there ...