BEST WESTERN Inn Of Cobleskill
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... and hanging out, which was perfect! Lauren and Aunt Darlene got some awesome pictures so I'll come back and share those after they email me them (hint hint) :) We had a nice evening at my parents and Amy, Vic and Brutus came to hangout and spend the night. And then after a gray breakfast we hit the road this morning at ...
Woke early this morning to the radio. Somehow the radio is set up on an alarm but we can't figure out how to get it off. I got up, turned it off and 10 minutes later it was back on. Heading to Cooperstown baseball hall of fame today and may have to buy a bat for it! The area is all farm country and our neighbors are a field of cows so if it wasn't the radio, it would have been the mooing.
Apparently Chris had a later night ...
On the drive to Cooperstown, David teaches us a new game called "My Cow," which keeps us entertained for a good long while. The baseball hall of fame and museum is awesome. Hank Aaron, Jackie Robinson, and other baseball heroes are inspiring, and the museum really showcases baseball as the ...
... shallow, New Jersey Intercoastal Waterway. We, however, didn't have to make a decision because the draft on our boat wouldn't allow us to use the ICW. We were in Cape May for two days, then braved the predicted 3 - 4 foot swells in the Atlantic and spent six very uncomfortable hours cruising to Manasquan, NJ and Hoffman's Marina - a large fishing port. The next morning, it was out into the Atlantic again for four more hours of what felt like a continuous ride on ...
... to three blasts of their air horns. But this dock is nice and quiet as it is farther from the tracks.
I took a bike ride to explore a remnant of the original canal, Lock 33. Lock 33 was built in 1824, enlarged in 1840 and 1888, and abandoned in 1918.
Our canal companions invited us aboard to share a pot ...