19th Green Motel
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- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... said that the colors were the most dramatic in years-they were right! There were reds, oranges, golds, the 'whole shootin match'.
We took some wonderful hikes and marveled at how incredibly gorgeous the fall is in Upstate New York.
... vignettes that ached of my Grandmother Richmond. Supper smells from a gas fed kitchen. Danish butter cookies and lemon ice water on a burnished table. Fireplace mantles that graced a single enormous chimney in three living areas. A wrap-a-round porch with the dinner bell and a luscious view of lawn and lake. I had been away for a long, long time and for the next 16 hours I was home. ...
... activities of Margaret Vanderbilt.
After our tour, we were eager to get back to our Great Adirondack Camp, Hemlock Hall, before the dinner bell rang. Yikes! The CRV was dead, not even a click-click or a whir of hope when turning the ignition key. Only two other cars were left in the parking lot with the CRV. The Sagamore Camp staff was not allowed to assist us due to insurance regulations, but ...
... I reached the Moose River Bridge, I gulped when I realized it was a dangerous, one-way construction project controlled by weight activated traffic lights. I waited for a vehicle to escort me across the half mile span. Finally, a rowdy looking dude with a NY Yankees cap and gold chains around his neck drove up in a hoop-dee vibrating ...
... use their boats, trolling for Lake Ontario salmon and trout.
In the afternoon as I was enjoying my ride on Oseola Road, a sparesly populated, heavily forrested area in Lewis County. I heard an unusual sound in the distance. The unidentifyable noise was a roarlike crescendo. The ...