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Travel Blogs from West Stockbridge
... proper to the Baseball Hall of Fame and enjoyed our visit there until we went back to the trailer to find a parking ticket. It seems like Cooperstown does not like trailers parking in its town. The museum was so full of statistics that it was impossible to see it all, so we did an overview, but I think that we hit the high points. We continued through the back roads of New York ...
Just a half a mile from the RR track.
Sunday September 1........ When we awoke on Sunday the storms had cleared the area but it was still rather gray and very humid. The Days Inn provided the standard continental breakfast fare. After packing up the car we were off to see the sights in the Berkshires. We headed to Stockbridge. When we arrived downtown I wanted to find Theresa's Cafe. I have always been a fan of Arlo Guthrie's "Alice's Restaurant". I usually find ...
... Center there. Well of course we needed to stop there.Talk about a madhouse, with a poorly designed parking lot. Karen found the socks she needed and we were off. Just as the thunder and lightning was rolling in. A few miles later,in Lenox we arrived at our lodgings. By this time it was pouring. I had forgotton how bad a thunderstorm in the mountains of Western Mass. could be. But after another great day we were ready to crash for the night. We had plenty to do ...
... and mix up. First of all, the drive through the mountains to get there was beautiful, past mountain creeks and over bridges and around windy turns and up steep hills with beautiful views of the Catskill Mountains. And there it was in front of me, and I guess if you are not a Pathworker this blog won't mean that much to you, but my Pathwork friends will get it. This is where it all began! Actually, the history of the place goes back even before Pathwork when it ...
... I found a Polish food festival here, but they had run out of pierogi. Green Island has both industrial areas and what I assume were factory workers houses when there were big factories here.
From here, I rode south along the Hudson on a street until I joined the Hudson-Mohawk Bike Path - I took a photo of a sign and some housing project before I got on the path. I also took a photo of the Hudson and some people walking on the bike path here. I forgot ...
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