Ramada Conference Center fishkill, NY
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We started off by meeting at the gas station this morning between Concord and St Johnsbury, Vermont. I led the way onto I 93 South trying to make our way to I 91 South, but apparently you have to go North on I 93, so after 40 kms, we realized we were headed South East instead of the desired South Westerly direction of choice. We rode to Plymouth …
... of the museum and standing at the memorial pools. The reflecting pools are built on the ordinal footprints of the twin towers to preserve the site. Along the walls of the pools are cascading waterfalls. A border surrounds the pools that has the names of each lost life engraved on it. This is a beautiful tribute to the 2997 lives lost that day. The majority of the museum is located at bedrock level of the site and is 7 stories below ground. It is full of ...
... fantastic! The garden tour started at 10 am with 3 docents. We had a very knowledgeable ex-teacher who confessed that he was a tree and shrub man but he did make a good effort at identifying flowers for us as well. The local poet Robert Reidy read several poems at the start of our tour. We had two gardeners talk about various parts of the large formal garden and we visited the blue garden but not the cutting garden or the ...
... pool and during swimming lessons We've got a pretty good gang at the HV pools; Ally (Aust.), Liana (Aust.), Max (London), Laura (England) and Jojo (NYC). We all managed to survive lifeguard-training week together which meant that we got to know each other pretty well. Not to mention most of us being from England or Aust.
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After weeks of training, finally the kids arrived! The first day of any ...
... climbed a mtn with their 2 yr old son Eric. Amazing feat... Looks like a future hiker already!
After the last couple of days being super difficult, the terrain today was great. Easy walking, except where the rain had made things slippery. One great view of the beach area from 700 ft up. The laughter and voices drifting up made me want to go down for a swim!!
The shelter tonight is cinder block and drywalled...odd but not unwelcomed. In ...