Cliff Park Inn and Golf Course
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... They loved him there and he loved it too.
We are in West Stroudsburg, PA for the night before we head into CT tomorrow. We are looking forward to seeing our family and friends over the next couple of weeks. I will be taking a break from blogging. Once we head up to Winter Harbor, ME for the summer, I'll be back with an update.
We hope everyone is doing well. Love you all.
Ev, Bruce & Sandy
... drive as far as we could to make up some of the time we had lost.
We spent the first night in Cuddebackville, NY at the Deerpark KOA. Every KOA campground gives you a map of the campground showing where your space is, where the laundry is, where the pool(s) are, etc. We arrived late but in plenty of time to see the Red Sox beat the Yankees (6-5) even though we didn’t stay up for all 19 innings! ...
... biking, kayaking, abundant wildlife and spectacular waterfalls. The winter brings more hiking, skiing, snowshoeing, and wildlife tours.
The coolest thing....over two hundred bald eagles are now caring for their nests in the nearby park. The nests can be snow covered but holding eggs and the parents continue to take turns covering the eggs with their warm downy feathers. The tall trees do not hold the snow for ...
... during its life. It is quiet. Our room opens to a garden, now covered with snow as are the Adirondack chairs on our balcony. We enjoyed our welcome treats, can't beat wine and chocolate.
Dinner was incredibly delicious. The place came alive. It is Friday night and regulars meet to exchange stories of their week in the City. Sean, the remaining owner moves around the room in his LLBean vest shaking hands and listening to everyone's travel stories before sitting down ...
We are still in Milford, Pennsylvania which, happily, is also the home of Blue Stone Studio where David and Joann Greenbaum display their gorgeous pottery and artwork. Some of David's pottery has been manipulated so artfully, that it's difficult to believe it is clay and not marble or glass. He doesn't apply any glazes, but instead uses multiple firings, oxidation and burnishing processes along with etching and throwing ...