The Lodge at Turning Stone
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We have just finished up a restful visit to Syracuse, the town Ben had lived in while he did his undergraduate studies at SUNY ESF (State University of NY College of Environmental Science and Forestry...say that 3 times really fast!).
One thing that really stands out is the weather. The weather was pretty blah when we first got into town. In fact, on our way in, we were met with spotty snow and rain.
Ben says that ...
Another lucky break! Staff travel on American Airlines from Chicago to Syracuse and on loaded first flight. Picked up a car at the airport then found our motel in Liverpool. A little old fashioned place but clean sheets, quiet room and good bed! Dropped our luggage off then headed out to look around. Had lunch at another sports bar called Tully's - lots of atmosphere and great chicken Mediterranean salad - too big to finish for ...
Fernweh : (noun) an ache for distant places; the craving for travel... It’s been a rough few years to say the least. Disappointing relationships, friendships and career aspirations all disintigrating at the same time leaving me feeling pretty unsettled and unhappy. Seems like the perfect time to do something adventurous and wonderful, like backpack through Bali. So here goes...The plan: ...
Tuesday, August 26, 2014 Truck 73,357 Trip 13,348
I hated to leave family but 61 days on the road was long enough. It was time to return to New York and get ready for the inevitable school year. We smooched on Aunt Em. She is an angel and always has a room ready for us...and headed to Mom's. It gets more difficult every time to say good-bye. At our ages, nothing is a ...
I decided to bike mostly solo today and meet Patrick at camp. I feel like I'm missing some opportunities when I'm following him. I was cranking up a steep section through a neighborhood when an old man started talking to me. I stopped and had a conversation with him through traffic. Bernie seals driveways for a living and he's 80 years old. He used to live in Tucson, which is so random. He told me, "no one talks to me. I'm so glad you stopped to talk to me." I didn't want Patrick ...