Knights Inn Pulaski
Travel Blogs from Pulaski
My friend Mike took me to an unnamed creek for brown trout. I managed to land 9, all between 10-15". He got 11. It was a great day all around. Stayed the first night in a cabin on Keuka lake the next night in Pulaski. We caught 20+ atlantic salmon, small ones 6-11" on the Salmon ...
Our five year old Springer Spaniel, Daisy, is becoming used to traveling. Steve says she is not herself yet.
Steve met up with our good friends The Muench's in Oswego. We usually only see them in Florida during the winter so this was a special ...
Today we went DOWN two locks. Down locks are easier that up locks so this was a nice change for us. But most of the rest of the locks will be up as we need to rise to the level of the top of Niagara Falls.
Another difference in today's cruising was crossing Lake Oneida – 25 miles of open water on autopilot. This was another nice change of pace from narrow channels. On the far side of the lake ...
... came to Lake Ontario. I was a bit disappointed that there are no clear views of the lake from the road, even though we were as close to the shoreline as you can get. After an eight hour day in the saddle we arrived in Oswego. After checking into our room and catching our breath we went out on foot exploring. We did the river walk, on both sides of the river. We walked all over downtown and eventually went to dinner. ...
... adultery and do all the things that people do everywhere, despite the grim functionality of the name of the town they live in?
Haven’t seen any. Not even one without antlers. What we have seen are road signs warning against moose, not just the yellow moose head triangle and the words “crossing next [x number of} miles”. There is also a massive rectangular sign that explores the issue further. “brake for moose – it ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed