Terrace Motor Inn
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... antiques from around the world. I'll never forget that place...probably have nightmares.
Dinner at New York Pizza.. drove around Cooperstown to say goodbye. We loved the hold homes. Kept in excellent shape. We both love upstate New York. The homes and beautiful and history is rich. We will return. Excellent! End of another great ...
... As was a lot of Cooperstown.
Left around noon and went over to the James Fennimore Cooper Art Museum. There we saw a wonderful Indian artifacts. Perhaps a little disappointed that they did not tell the story of James Fennimore Cooper and history of Cooperstown. Had a wonderful lunch at on the veranda which reminded me of Powerscourt outside of Dublin.
Next was a stop two thrift stores where we picked up a few little ...
... 1816. Closed for the season, but we explored the grounds. Most beautiful view of the entire lake. REAL MOMENT. We Must return. I was utterly amazed!!! Warm sun on my face, birds singing, Dave sharing this moment..it does not get any better than this. My heart is full!! Could have stayed all day.
On the way out ran across the oldest covered bridge which lead up to the home. Very ...
8am start... Stopped to say goodbye to Amy and Tye. Then South on 81 to New York. Lunch at an Oyster Bar. Had lobster bisque, shrimp and fish and chips. Can't compare to Anstruther Scotland, fish and chips.
Stopped at Clarksville Green, PAto visit Maryknoll Seminary Dave attended back in 1965. At the age of 14, planed to become a priest, glad he didn't take that path. Maryknoll seminary has been turned into Summit University. Brought back ...