Mount Greylock Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Kingdom and walked a Rail Trail almost to Canada. The photos tell the stories.
I love to travel at this time of year because I don't have to deal with crowds and I have pretty much everywhere I go all to myself. But it's odd to visit tourist destinations during the off-season. Again with the California comparison, there is no off-season out west. But here businesses shut down with cheerful "Thanks for a great season - ...
The annual fall road trip has begun! Addie and I left Brooklyn yesterday afternoon, heading north into Connecticut to begin our adventures. After a shockingly painless passage out of the City, we soon found ourselves on scenic highway 7, which runs up the western edge of New England all the way to Canada.
It was blustery and gray as we picked up the tail end of a storm, but what was left of the colors was still ...
We departed the Lowell area across Hwy 2 towards Western Massachusetts, entering the Mohawk Trail across the Berkshires. We were welcomed with beautiful color, muted by the rains, yet nothing like we have seen before. I shot some iPhone photos which are below. We looked for possible campsite but everything was shut down for RV's like us.
We continued south along Hwy 7 then crossed over Into eastern upstate New York to catch the Taconic Trail just ...
... the Berkshires and went for a great hike up monument mountain where we were rewarded with some stunning views before heading to our overnight resting spot at The Red Lion in Stockbridge. This is an amazing 18th century inn which felt so old school for America. It was a charming spot to unwind and the local Great Barrington Brewery make a lovely IPA. Looking forward to properly exploring the rest of the Berkshires tomorrow as we head north before passing into Vermont and towards ...
... states. As it was Sunday and Fall was setting in, we had to queue in the car for parking space at the top. The views were remarkable; we suspect that in a week or so's time they will be even better as the tree reds emerge more strongly.
It was a steady descent back down the mountain, criss-crossing the Appalachian Trail as we went and in error we drove back through Williamstown to discover the late afternoon sun catching the ...