Econo Lodge Inn & Suites - Plattsburgh
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It has been quite a while since I have posted an entry. It has been a beautiful summer in the Upper Valley. As I transition to life after cancer treatment, I have been busy enjoying warm weather activities and family and friends!
First, my niece, (my Hanover daughter) Ellen visited in mid-June. We were so happy to have a throwback Murphy's dinner and Upper Valley visit. Ellen came for the 15th graduating class and the first ever alumni ...
... now run by a foundation. The
sun had come out and it was nice to walk around. Favorite sites were the Circus building and
the ferry boat, Ticonderoga. It had been
a ferry on Lake Champlain and when it was being retired from service, Electra
bought it and had it moved to the museum grounds. The boat is furnished to represent the 1920s
which was the peak usage for the boat.
The 2 hours flew ...
... and it has now become an equally compelling component of our own odyssey around the vast North American continent (a subtle distinction from our initial objective of touring the United States, given we have already spent nearly fifty percent of the journey thus far in Canada). Having reached the far north east coast of Nova Scotia (longitude about 60 and a half degrees west) our big ...
... to be one of the greatest inventions ever. You look hilarious trying to walk in them the first time but they are revolutionary when it comes to keeping snow out of your shoes. Unless of course you are Australian and used to walking in thongs in which case you some how manage to regularly flick snow up with your snow shoes and send it straight down your boots. Maybe that's why they wore boot cut jeans and ...
... Jerry's fun fact: in 1992, it was the first brand-name ice cream to be taken into space aboard the space shuttle.
If you're craving sweetness, and are in Vermont, you can try the "Vermonster," a large ice cream sundae served in a "Vermonster Bucket" at Ben & Jerry's scoop shops. Its ingredients are 20 scoops of ice cream, 4 bananas, 4 ladles of hot fudge, 3 chocolate chip cookies, 1 chocolate fudge brownie, 10 scoops of walnuts, 2 ...