Celtic Pines Horse Farm Bed & Breakfast

Address: 135 Crawford Street, Pine Bush, New York, 12566 , United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 135 Crawford Street, Pine Bush.
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Travel Blogs from Pine Bush

Day 17

A travel blog entry by fayjdurocher on May 13, 2015

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Left today just before 9 so not to drive in morning rush hour traffic. We are off to Fishkill, New York today. We need to stock up on groceries and we will get in later today (big drive day) and it is going to be cooler so we will not need the air conditioner, so we will stay in the Walmart Parking lot tonight. Boondocking! That's my idea of roughing it! Big underground tunnel in Baltimore. Toll roads on I 95. They are direct and quick but it costs you. $8, $24 so far and ...

Meeting great people......my damn ankle tho!

A travel blog entry by road_tripper on Jul 13, 2014

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... even shared a great tasting pastry with us! Her smile is beautiful, and she is a bright, fun lady to be around. What a pleasure it was talking to her, and her family :)! Sunday, July 13 2014 Waking up to tables to eat at is awesome :) Was a decent day for hiking, cloud cover and some what of a breeze. Thanks to the Awol Guide being horribly wrong about the last food stop - I only had 4 doughnuts for breakfast......and have 4 more to spread throughout the day. ...

Firstie Year

A travel blog entry by sethfield on Aug 11, 2013

... of fun with. This year had tons of highlights: Ring Weekend at the beginning of the academic year, several concerts at Ike Hall (including Third Eye Blind and Celtic Crossroads), Branch Night in November, Post Night in January, getting to go to the Super Bowl in February, Shawna flying out for 100th Night in February, and of course Graduation on May ...

CLDT

A travel blog entry by sethfield on May 19, 2013

After concluding my cow year and getting promoted with my classmates as the seniors of the Corps of Cadets, I began my last summer at school with Cadet Leader Developmental Training (CLDT), consisting of about three weeks in the woods around Camp Buckner. Although CLDT was very challenging and the weather was often miserable (35 degrees and raining one night, as well as getting ...

Cow Year

A travel blog entry by sethfield on Nov 12, 2012

Cow year was a bit of an interesting time at West Point. We didn't get as many freedoms as previous classes had, which was pretty frustrating. We still managed to get out from time to time, especially since we were able to have cars on post after spring break. After that we made a number of trips out for ...