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... br> 2) Take the behind the falls walking tour
3) Go up to the top of the observation tower.
With our budget feeling a little strained lately we decided to only do one. Les had already done the behind the falls tour on a previous visit here with her Mum. So the boat trip it was (Observation tower was never really in the running). We lined up for the first boat of the day, the queue involved a elevator ride down to the dock ...
What a difference a day can make. Woke up to a hot and humid 26 degrees. No rain or heated gear today. We started heading south on route 91 and then across green mountain forest range in Vermont. This road made up for the bad road and night driving last night. Great pavement, lots of twisties and very little traffic. Too hot to stop and take pics because temp on bike was 31 before the humidity. Some of the trees are starting to turn a brilliant red. We made our way through ...
... to change color and in others, we saw trees in full reds and oranges. The full colors were mostly at higher elevations of about 2000 feet. The goldenrods were in full bloom and in full display everywhere we drove, no matter the elevation. We passed field after field completely covered with this beautiful bloom. I managed to get one photo when we stopped for a few minutes. After looking at a map of what was ...
... hall of fame, there was not a house in site and for all we knew (save the GPS) it was another 10 miles to civilization. But in the grand scheme of things, it only took 5 hours from NH so it is not a bad drive.
We hit balls and I set the record for the day for my age group (30-39) topping 60 mph on the radar gun!
... beyond, displays baseball-related artifacts and exhibits, and honors those who have excelled in playing, managing,and serving the sport. The Hall's motto is "Preserving History, Honoring Excellence, and Connecting Generations."
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum collections feature just under 40,000 three-dimensional items, three million books and documents and 500,000 ...
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