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Our day to visit the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. We picked up Ashley from the apartment early, and headed off on our 4 hour journey east on the Interstate. Stopped halfway for a stretch and coffee at a roadside stop, and finally arrived about 1:30pm. Had some pizza for lunch at one of the diners, and headed off to the Hall of Fame which …
... The poncho provided did nothing to stop me from getting soaked. The Maid of the Mist was so much fun, i highly recommend checking it out if you ever find yourself in the Niagara falls area.
So after one final wander up and down the street to try and dry off, we were back on the road by 11am and heading back into the USA and on route to Cooperstown, NY home of the Baseball hall of fame. Tonight we would once again be back in the tent.
... road along highway 88 which proved to be a great road. As we rode through New York State, the temps rose as high as 37 degrees (before humidity). This kind of heat is very challenging for me, especially with a jacket and boots on (as you can see in the attached photo). George can handle any kind of heat, but it really wipes me out. At one point we were going through a small town and the cops started blocking off all the roads around us. We had to stop for about ...
... we decided to choose a campground in Cooperstown, so that we can tour the Baseball Hall of Fame tomorrow. We drove through Amish country, through cornfields, and through dairy farms. Everywhere, the grass was lush and green and the countryside was beautiful. It was a thoroughly enjoyable day. We stopped for a New York pizza around six and then got to our campsite by seven. Our campsite is on a pond, and seems quite lovely. ...
Only took 39 years to get here. I am glad we came, but it was a little underwhelming. For all the money that MLB makes, they could make it more spectacular. But if you love baseball, it is a great place. In some ways it feels historic in itself, like so much of the game. Maybe pimping it out 21st century style is not ...
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