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... the morning and into the early afternoon relishing this. I think you really have to have an appreciation for the abundance of natural beauty with you at all times, be ready to take it in and - dare I quote John Denver again? - fill up your senses with it.
At the various rest areas, and I was stopping at a lot of them just to keep fresh (and in the hope that they'd have some travel information there, which they ...
Motorcycle: 171 miles Gouverneur to Stowe, VT Coffee, bagels and conversation with Uncle Dick, Aunt Ann and Cousin Ed open the morning. Mark and Dick go down to the glass shop and make a new bottom for our T-Bag out of Lexan. Lexan is bullet proof, so no worries about this breaking. When they return, we all head over to Ed's new property on Trout Lake. Ed has a terrific spot with ...
Our braking unit had arrived! K&D woke up at 5 am to alarm notifying battery dead, transferred food to cooler. Ken and Dan spent the day trouble shooting trying to figure out why the battery didn't recharge on the drive to this site. Trip to Pottsdam am, (80 mi round trip) to get backup battery and charger. Then they discovered after further troubleshooting that the truck did not have a relay fuse for ...
... way back out. Talking to our tour guide for a long time, we heard very interesting stories about his time in Alaska, where he had spent three continuous months in the wilderness, sea-kayaking, hiking and trekking on a glacier, each for one month. His stories were fascinating and surely made the way back much easier and less boring :-).
Bill, the other participant had taken off at one point in time as he was a bit quicker than my host mom and I. For the last two hours of the hike ...
The Phoenix: a mythical bird associated with the sun. A phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor.
The Phoenix was added to the coat of arms of the Manlius School in 1902 following a fire that detroyed the main academic building. The school emerged from the fire stronger, and added six buildings to the campus during the next 17 years. Subsequent fires occurred in 1920 with the destruction of ...