Scott's Family Resort
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... really loved these small towns which showed care or civic pride with hanging baskets in the streets, and nicely tended gardens in the majority of places.
Then we came to Ithaca. It wasn't built to have so much traffic going through it, so we got diverted through the country side to eventually meet the highway.
Paul was getting really worried, I thought it a hoot!
Next stop New Jersey.
... on coming! Considering the heat too (89F) we all did really well to finish in a decent time, and luckily found a really nice motel to stay in just seconds before a huge storm came. Overall summary of the day- we never want to repeat a day like that ...
... cafe that decided to close on Mondays! It was a pretty huge blow after we'd been cycling for so long-but then a cycle enthusiast, called Dean, pulled up and saved us all from cycling another 15 miles to the next campsite. At first he gave us some really handy advice on where to camp but before too long he mentioned he lives us 5 miles down the road and we were welcome to pitch our tents in his back yard. His son (our age) and his ...
... of us went to a glass museum. the museum had live demonstrations of glass blowing, fiber optics and breaking glass. we could also make our own things, but we had to come back the next day to pick it up.
after the museum, a member of our group knew somebody who owns a family camp close by, tyne camp has better facilities like a better hipline, and a permanent bouncy pillow thing, so we just jumped around and acted like kids.
on the way back, ridin' on the ...
... for a boat ride to Long Island, Maine. It was a wonderful day. Wednesday we were back in Fryeburg having a wonderful lunch with Bill and Barbara Lawrence. On the way home we stopped at Weston''s for strawberries and maple syrup.