Holiday Inn Plattsburgh
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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 ...
Odometer reading: 19,562 miles
Well we've had our first mechanical trouble on this trip. Just after we gassed up and left Lake Placid, Phil had to pull over because his check engine and oil lights came on. We pulled over and checked it out with Uncle Jeff's help, but since the bike seemed to be running fine and we were in the middle of nowhere we had to press on. About 5 miles after that stop the battery warning light came on. 15 more ...
... was marked by a prosaic 'if we don't stop now, we're going to get awfully wet!' In truth, we could perhaps have gone on to Newfoundland and Labrador, but after weighing the options, we realized it is still too early in the season, and with the North Sydney/St Johns ferry not yet running, it was an impractical choice. Indeed, in many recent accommodations, we have been the first guests ...
... jeans back in the day.... Tonight we are in Plattsburgh, a little town right on the northern lakes of New York. Not a lot to report about Plattsburgh, but they have a lot of dog poop in their parks which has proven to be a hazard. Tomorrow it's a short ferry ride to Grand Isle and then across to Burlington in Vermont before arriving at the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire. Will keep you posted, Bec ...
... Lake Champlain to be a Great Lake. Following a small uproar, the Great Lake status was rescinded on March 24 (although Vermont universities continue to receive funds to monitor and study the lake).
We continue North on VT-7, heading for Burlington, Vermont's largest city. We ride through Vergennes, Ferrisburgh, Charlotte and Shelburne, as we near Burlington. Noticeable by its absence is the Burlington Coat Factory, acquired in 2006 for ...