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We collected Jack at 9am, but before heading off we had a quick look around his camp and lake front where he is teaching wind surfing. The lake itself is very warm and sheltered, so not sure if there is much real wind surfing going on there. It is a very big camp, with hundreds of kids from all over New York state. Jack is looking after 8-12 year olds. Fairly hard going having them 24/7 at the age of 18. He shares a cabin with 8 kids so is their camp councillor as ...
... supermarkets are shiny & feel clean when you walk into them.
This little town, Milford, was established in 1700's, the homes here are very cute, most of them are two storey, wooden and have wee verandas out front with hanging baskets, not much garden & small lawn, the same as in the movies like 'To Kill a Mockingbird'. Wonder what it was like here back in the 1700's.
... Mt. Rushmore, Lake Powell and Yellowstone. Mt. Rushmore was awesome because it was so big. Lake Powell was awesome because we got to go on a speedboat. Yellowstone was awesome because there were so many animals.
I loved Lake Powell. I really liked the speedboat, but I also liked looking at the mountains and canyon walls surrounding it. I think it was cool how the lake is only separated from ...
... THE DINOSAUR EXHIBIT. We of course indulged his awe inspiring obsession with amphibians. In this picture Ian is checking out a gigantic salamander - still alive in Japan.
In this photo Ian, Jonan, and Glenn are in the rib cage of one huge dinosaur!
It's 10:00pm at night now as I write this and we are driving west toward Rochester to visit our niece Jennifer for day two of our epic journey!
Wow - the New York thruway is beautiful. Green on both sides. We're about to get off at exit 15 and onto Route 17 where we will play the game - who can see the Empire State Building first!?
Still trying to figure this travel blog out, but it looks like it is connecting to face book which is very cool.