Hancock House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We are home, refrig is empty, grass needs mowing but house is perfect thanks to a great house sitter over the past 4 and a half weeks.
Traveled 5838 miles averaged 33.3 MPG. Saw gas prices as low as $1.96 and as high as $2.79 in good old NYS. Our 2 year old Subaru now has over 50,000 miles on it!
Saw some more of our Beautiful country especially the UP of Michigan. We now lack just Alabama to see all the states. Need ...
... couldn't lift the bum leg over the carousel horse, so I took a ride on the Chariot bench. Mike, however, took on the challenge, kinda! The park that housed the carousel, Ross Park also has the 5th oldest zoo in the country. We didn't go to the zoo, no dogs allowed, but on the way out we passed a family with about four little kids. They asked if Fox was a baby lion! So cute! ROAR...
Bye for now. Stay well
... Iris) which was our 'sad song' ... You actually get points for crying.... We then ended Maccabiah at Girls flag pole with the Dinos racing the aliens to see who won each section in Sing...I was convinced red would win it all after 6 years of winning...when it was down to finding out the overall winner...it was actually scary.....when the aliens broke free first I was shocked!!! We had won!! Breaking the curse!!! Haha Overall what an amazing first ...
... all dressed up for cabaret and I was a cat!! Dress up disco!!! Wooooooooo!! It however had to end early due to a storm brewing just a few miles away...lucky in a way, the amount of stuff the parents brought for their children we actually had time to put things away and have a box party! An English midnight feast for those who don't know what it is haha!!! What a good ...
... this was after Memorial Weekend and the NY State Parks didn't seem
to be crowded the first couple weeks of June.
There were about five campers per loop RV’s, tents, trailers etc. The walk to the lake is downhill and the park
is just so peaceful. Looking out from
our RV deer were spotted walking around the meadow. This is a carry in, carry out trash policy
state park. If ...