Hampton Inn & Suites Plattsburgh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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10:08am 63,000 lbs. (that's about 22.5 Mazda 3's). On our trip to Florida last summer we were 68,000 lbs. Jp says that when he used to drive a car carrier he would get up to 80,000 lbs. We were supposed to leave at 7. I was up at 5 like an exited puppy. Jp did paperwork ...
... we lost power completely. Had to pull off the side of the road. Of course, being in the middle of the Adirondacks Phil's phone had absolutely no service. My phone had one very small bar. He was able to call HOG and eventually we got a Harley dealer to send a trailer out to pick us up. Currently sitting at North End Harley in Plattsburgh, NY.
Just spoke with the technician and it's our voltage regulator that ******* out. They don't ...
... Kiwi, who after 25 years still has her accent, we enjoyed a real 'flat white', terrific raspberry and lemon slice and enthused over the NZ maps and calendars decorating the walls.
On to Halifax, and we had the opportunity to treat ourselves again to lobster rolls, having first tried them in Portland, Maine. These had been the highlight of our culinary fare, but ...
... grow" had been my recent mantra. The mantra had evolved in response to the query, "What am I doing in my life that feeds growth and peacefulness and what are the things that need to be culled from my life like weeds needing to be pulled from the garden?". Just as I was contemplating that question, I found myself sitting in the emergency room with my flu-ridden 95 year old Dad. As the hours passed, ...
... Boats to Build". (Don't ask Patti about this incident because, while I love her, she does not possess the keen eye for detail that I do...). Gary remembered her slightly differently but, and I didn't mention this in the last blog, he thought the grizzly bear that I saw on Oregon was actually a cow. While traveling I see exciting grizzly bears and attractive, recently retired ...