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He hit the road right after grabbing a bite and filling up the gas. We have about a 4 to 5 hour drive ahead of us and I'm determined to do it in less. I am amazed at how beautiful the state of New York is. I think you always think of the city and forget about the state. We came through Geneva and Seneca valley on the way to Watkins glen. It overlooked Seneca lake and was lined with vineyard after vineyard all overlooking the lake at varying heights. It was very nice and extremely ...
... should be there Wednesday night or we might wait til Thursday morning to go in. I did throw away my under wear - they just smell funky, and it is so hot out, I'd rather free-ball it for now. So the plan after leaving town will be to hike 10 miles out, then camp. Then hike the 25 miles or so into Delaware Water Gap Wednesday, or Thursday morning. For now tho, I will update this blog as of Monday and fill in any good details in my next update. You all have a great afternoon ...
... I had Chop steak (deluxe hamburger) with sweet potato and portobello mushrooms as well as broccoli and cheddar soup and choc sundae $9.99 Marie had chicken noodle soup , 2 pieces of smokey chicken and mash and sundae $11.99 Chey had mac cheese. Gab has 2 eggs scrambled Sooo cheap.
By the time we had picked up Gab's car from rental place and got home it was 10pm
Packed for Canada tomorrow - bed about ...
... with them.
We spent time on Monday afternoon in Wilkes-Barre nosing around the antique centers, found some nice ones. On Tuesday we went the other direction to Lewisburg. What a quaint and charming older community. Lots of really nice old buildings around, the ones that were built from the local limestone and brick. Really cool! We also found a nice little brewpub near the river called ...
... For the first half an hour it seemed like the instructions were drive one half mile and take ramp to the right. I felt like we were going in circles until we made it to I-280 which later became I-80. I think we have now been at both ends, east and west, of I-80. Getting to Steamtown was a much of a challenge as getting out of Jersey City. The entrance is not obvious and, after I passed it up, it took us three more tries to find the entrance. It was way too easy ...
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