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... out at the Tavern for too long....but we ran into a lot of other hikers once we returned to actually hiking. The husband and wife, Caruso, and a few others. The night came fast, we hiked good miles......and got caught in a big ass lightning storm. It was awesome! We managed to find a great campsite, off of a snow mobile trail....there was an abandoned gravel parking lot! A perfectly flat spot to camp - in the boulder field that N.J. calls the Appalachian ...
... Or coming back. Headed to pen station to catch the train back to Ramsey, New Jersey. Almost wet myself on the way from not finding a loo. Went in an elevator trying to find a falsely signed loo on 6th floor of a hotel and had to run in circles to hold it in. Found one eventually. Decided this must be the reason why so much of New York smells of **** and trash, because they have no public toilets and dumpsters. 2 and a half hours later we were back at nicks ...
... over some local microbrewery beers. Met up with Henry Langston another one of Josh's friends who works for Vice as a photographer/presenter. He'd just got back from doing a stint in Ukraine and showed George and I some of the photos. Looks horrific. Had to catch the train back to Ramsey to stay at Nick's. We didn't leave enough time to catch our intended train. For a trip that should of taken an hour and a half ended up taking 2-3 hours after we missed a couple of ...
... our refrigerator does not run well without power and since John does not want to unhook most nights, this is important for us.
Unfortunately, we woke up to a few sprinkles and then had some brake controller problems early in the day. We thought that problem was behind us, and the problem soon went away again, so maybe it is. We are fearful about the rain in Florida, though. ...
... for BEER! We dropped into the Peekskill Brewery and had some amazing beer tastings, good grub, and views of the Hudson Bay. On our way back, stopped off at West Point, the oldest military academy in the U.S.
I guess the Hudson Valley has many of the "oldest" things in America because the wedding was at the oldest winery! The Brotherhood Winery. We didn't get ...
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