The Red Mill Inn
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... his stove gas directly onto the flames, which erupted and spread across the grass. He put a piece of wood on top of the grass as an effort to put it out. Luckily, everything was so wet and green that it didn't spread. Another camper brought over some dry maple and newspaper after a while. The fire was short-lived. I'm trying to be patient with my riding buddy. Sometimes I'm not sure what the point of it is ...
... in for the night. The rain pummelled for hours on the rooftop. We remained dry. The next morning we walked up to and along the shorline in the partly sunny morning air. Heavy waves from the previous nights storm still pounded the beach. Pretty.
Total Miles Driven so far = 6197 in case you are counting along.
... of the town. Come to find out he lived in Milford for a few years, moved to the Vineyard, and then up here to Auburn. He is a musician who plays the organ. We walked all over Auburn with Harvey explaining the historical facts of the area. We went by the Seward home. Seward was the senator and governor of New York who later became Secretary of State. As Secretary of State he negotiated the deal with Russia to buy Alaska. His home was a ...
As many of you know, Danny and I spent the past year living "Our Great Adventure." One of our last great adventures was spending 5 days at the annual Harbourfest celebration in Oswego, New York. We stayed with our gracious hosts, Dave and Veronica and we were able to reconnect with many of our Oswegian friends and family ...
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 ...