Bear Mountain Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... remembered it wasn't quite the same here. I was thinking that I should have brought some with me. AND I HAVE! So I broke off a nice big chunk, put on Grey's Anatomy, sat back and relaxed.
Last day in the archives before Boston. Am I excited? I'll let you answer that one. I will also write a preliminary report of my findings for David and Sanjoy. It will be great for me too, as it will help me plan carefully my last 9 days of research.
I have ...
... we played the day before their 3 day invitational event. Big thank you to Neil our host who is also the chairman of greens and we now know why he is constantly smiling. These chaps were mowing the greens approaches with greens mowers. Caps lock WOW! Just another win for the 3 Peas, with the GBU's second and the 880's (soon to be renamed the 910's) bringing up the rear. This now puts the 3 Peas on top 1point ahead of the ...
... countries. (also the fact that I know how to get around the country fairly well adds another reason to the list, but we shall call it 2A)
Skewed? Probably, but alas, with this trip, it also came down to how much bang for my frequent flier miles I could get. Twenty days was the best and I took it.
Plans for this week include getting to Verizon to see about being in connection with the folks back home and doing a dry run with the rucksack.
... but it didn't work out on either end. Hopefully the photos that made it up on Facebook at both events generate some interest and ticket sales...Mother Nature just wasn't havin' it today!
We spent the night in the parking lot, lulled to sleep by the fierce rain outside. Thankfully the next morning was overcast, but dry and after taking showers at the Y and catching up on some internet-related business, we were on our way.
... 87 was the turn to George Washington Bridge which is the double decker monster over the wide Hudson River and that's where we hit traffic. For 30 minutes we creeped slowly up and onto the bridge past roadworks and for the tiniest moment we were technically on Manhattan Island before the traffic picked up and we drove over to New Jersey.
Immediately the highway branched into several different exits and I was totally unprepared for it. We almost ...