Best Western New Baltimore Inn
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... pretty comfortable (I'll provide photo proof later.)
Today I have to get new windshield wipers and a Penti card. Hopefully get some good gas rewards on this trip! (You know you're getting old when you're excited for GAS rewards...)
This trip includes many stops with lots of friends and family, so stay tuned!!
The fun begins promptly at 6 am.
"The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page." - St. Augustine
Third day on the road, went from Rhinebeck to Waterford, NY. That's about 110km. It was quite a long day. Sores are starting to appear... you know where. The ride was very nice along the Hudson river. Went through Albany, capital of New York, which seemed like a very cool city. Then cycled to Waterford to the "campsite", and just a few meters before we got the place, my tire went flat. First flat tire of the trip, and I know, not the ...
... doing this blog & gave up in the end, just saving the draft entry.
Ate out at a nearby restaurant, fish for Lyn, Paella for me & some wine to wash it all down. The pub between our hotel & the restaurant was really crowded & doing good business when we walked home. Got a good sleep that night & hit the road the following morning, bound for either Syracuse or ...
This morning we woke up in Up State New York to some beautiful weather and delicious baked oatmeal. Watching Dan make his air press coffee looked exhausting, but he says it's delicious (we're not coffee drinkers). We left it up to the Buntings for the plans for the day hoping for a lighter day and headed to John Boyd Thatcher Park about 15 minutes from their home.
The park includes the ...
... ropes through the locks and they were so close together, time didn't allow for too much photography.
Once we made it through the Troy Federal Lock, we headed to Albany, NY.