Chestnut Inn at Oquaga Lake
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... picnic lunch. It was so nice with no flies or mozzies. Very few people so definitely no noisy radios like yesterday. Idyllic in fact!
There was a small military museum but we gave it a miss.
As we were driving along, I saw a sign to a waterfall, and wanted to investigate. Great name Taughannock Falls. Almost as good as some names in NZ eh! I really like the rock colours round it.
Today was the toughest day so far. Our target was to hit 50 miles which we just about got to. We climbed up through the mountains of Pensilvania, amounting to just short of 2000 feet of climbing. I never realise that many hills existed on earth, they ...
... nights stay!). It was a slow start as it was already super hot and it was the first day everyone was finding their pace. The hardest part of the day was trying to keep everyone together. We stocked up on snacks at a convenience store and aimed to stop again at 25 miles. However, every time we were told of a convenient store it ended up never existing! We ended up cycling over 40 miles with no break or any decent food. Finally we got ...
... saw a huge cloud similar to a mushroom cloud, with lightening and the sun setting behind it. looked impressive. got back to camp, and discovered the storm flooded camp again, and it had stopped by the time we got back.
4th july: independence day! - 6:00am wake up after a night spent in my swim shorts, then try to wrestle everyone into the lake (brits are thrown into the lake) then a normal day until after dinner - a skit from every country that both campers ...
... 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.
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