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... disappearing in the distance on our left. The bridge connects the NY and VT sides of Lake Champlain and Crown Point Fort ruins, museum, state park and Champlain Lighthouse are on the end of the NY side of this new bridge. We rode our bikes from the Champlain Bridge Marina which is located on the VT side and did a self guided tour. Everything is fairly quiet here so we enjoyed the freedom to move from place to place. ...
We wanted to see the ruins of the Crown Point Fort & were surprised to find not only the fort but so much more!! Another wonderful New York State Park with one of the most incredible lighthouses we've ever seen PLUS just a few years ago they rebuilt the Lake Champlain bridge replacing the bridge that had been there for over 100 years and the new ...
Can't believe we're camping on the shores of Lake Champlain!!! We've had incredible experiences in this area of New York. This state continues to keep us on our toes!! We had an amazing hike through the Ausable Chasm where the river was rushing through a canyon of steep walls with incredible force (especially after several big storms the days before our visit.
Then yesterday we took a drive into the Adirondack mountains & rode our first gondola up the slope ...
We left Vermont at 1pm to begin our 7 week journey. Heading to New York City to stay with a dear friend Will Robb.
Will has Saturday planned out - highlight include: seeing Dinosaurs at The Natural History Museum and riding on the subway!
Special thanks to Christie Allen for getting us all set up on this blog ...
Here in the northeast they had one of the coldest winters in recent memory. The roads show it, I mean they are horrible. You have no idea until you've driven a car with tiny wheels and virtually no suspension. Driving these roads is like driving a slalom. Constantly swerving all over the road dodging potholes. After 200 miles of driving like this I'm just about done for. Today we even had several miles of gravel, yes US highway 2. ...