Chestnut Inn at Oquaga Lake
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... on making our way by Airport express and the subway - we took the A Train! We are staying in the apartment opposite my brother Mal and Hilary, in fabulously located Bleecker Street. Susan, an anthropologist who is currently on leave from NYU has kindly allowed us to stay in her apartment till Dec 31, when we will move across the hallway and occupy nephew Sean's room when he returns to Yale. Mal was cooking when we arrived, and he prepared a great dinner, with Sean and Lauren ...
Today we drove off the main highways for s change and it was so peaceful with no big trucks for a change.
Coming through little towns one could be fooled into thinking we were in a different country.
Avon, Geneva yes there is a Lake Geneva! We couldn't find an entry into this lake, but continued along the roqad to a national Park called Sampson, and a big lake, Seneca.
We decided to ...
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 ...
... been the cause. We decided that Tom and Sam would need to say there overnight to fix the bike and that we'd meet up with them in Niagara Falls. It was a bit gutting, especially as we'd only done 36 hours as it was already 6pm. We set off as soon as we could to try and get back on track. Luckily it was fairly flat and we hit 50 miles by 7.30pm. There was a guy ploughing a field near a stream so we asked if it would be ok to pitch up ...
... come from. this includes south korea, mexico and Hungry.
then a circus performance in front of an orchestra, and finally a $72,000 firework display just for camp, the best i have ever seen!
6th was another day off, and we had the choice to pay $30 to get on a coach to NYC, but half the people i hang around with either went before camp, or is going after camp. so we decided to do what the campers do on a lazy day - they go into hancock at certain times ...