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So long old Beantown. After a brilliant few days in Boston I'm now on an Amtrak train heading north to Maine. First observation is London midland have a lot to learn from Amtrak. It's more like flying first class than train travel back home. But then I often think that about any rail travel out of Britain. ...
... Camry said we were about 5 miles short of what Garmin said we had left to go. We also needed to get some groceries, so there would be at least one more stop. Again, we were passing by a lot of the places where we had been. Geneva and Auburn were just exit signs this time. About this point the Thruway takes a more northerly course than does Route 20. Just east of Syracuse it roughly follows the Erie Canal/ Mohawk River all the way to Albany.
Had a good flight, flew from Phoenix to Chicago then on to Manchester, NH. We got in at 11:30 and picked up our rental car from Enterprise, they had very few cars so we ended up with a Chev Tahoo, a big boat, very roomy though. We stayed in Manchester at a Springhiill Suites, always a great ...
... many more miles ahead! Tonight is certainly a sketchy camping night; I find myself on a baseball field, likely the most time I've ever spent on one. But the grass in soft and flat so I'm not complaining. I'm also back on the grid with a working phone, but I am finding the translation difficult, often turning it to airplane mode to make myself unavailable. I'm sure I'll be hooked again shortly. Enfield NH > Hooksett NH, 61 miles, day ...
Today, we drove from Cooperstown to Salem, NH. It took us 5 hours. We are happy to be home after being on the road 5 years, albeit part-time. This concludes our cross-country trip.
During the five years, we visited every state (less the six New England states which we had already ...
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