The Williams Inn
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... That said, superslabs proved quite useful in navigating around some of the more populated areas. There are few things more miserable than being stuck in rural sprawl gridlock when it's 86, sunny and on a bike. A couple other items of note:
- went one exit, went home to get oil this morning. Boxers burn oil.
- GPS fuse got tripped when I loctited the battery screws. Ended up having to fix that at a gas station in PA.
- Brake failure ...
More interstate. I have E-Zero pass this year. It is wonderful, why didn't I do this sooner.
I am taking a vacation from the interstate for a while. Unfortunately that means poor cellular service. I will get to Kathryn's tomorrow ...
- I have E-Z pass this year. What a wonderful invention. I have taken a vacation from the interstate for a while. Unfortunately that means my phone has poor service. I am on the Inn's. Internet so I can send this. I will be at Kathryn's tomorrow morning. ...
... and sister-in-law? We enjoyed a few delightful hours eating breakfast on the porch, drawing, and chatting before it was time to make the final drive on to Plymouth to return our Bessie. Thanks Jer and Delise for welcoming us back to our home state and with wonderful hugs and enthusiasm. Thanks, too, to my brother Jeremy for being my most faithful blog follower. It was such a boost every time we got a comment from you along the way. We love you guys!!!!
... range to our destination of Bennington.
When we reached Bennington, it was only about 4.00pm and with the rain starting, we decided that it would be better to drive on for an hour in the rain, than set up camp in town and not be able to do anything due to the rain, so we pressed on to Albany in New York.
We've turned off the setting on the GPS for the interstates, so we get to travel some pretty interesting roads. We ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility