Born Free Motel
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... they must look in the autumn when they are changing
colours, what a pallet it must be.
RV Park that was actually open for business this early in the season was a
little difficult. Eventually we were
lucky to find one in East Lyme. Not too
many RV's there so the space was appreciated.
What a great
area East Lyme is. It is the home of the
oldest house in Connecticut, ...
... they were going. I always tuck in behind someone who can be my lead car.
Our sort of plan was to drive half way but I was feeling remarkably fresh and just kept going. We skirted around Albany (capital of New York State) and figured anywhere after that would be good. About every 20kms there are exit ramps to clusters of Comfort Inn, Ramada, Best Western etc. and there's usually about half a dozen together. We would pass one lot and say, "We'll stop at ...
... totalled 13 with 8 lost by one bloke who'll remain anonymous, can't believe you lost 8 Grub. Handbag Award - Grub for loosing 8 balls and not reaching 20 points. Sorry Grubby but it was by consensus. End of play 6 hours later and the 3 Peas have it won. WELL DONE. Great scores today by Krohnny 36, Lairdy 35 and Pro and Dunners 32. Its all over WOW, great fun, best courses, good mates and best ever weather. Thanks to all involved, now its pack time head to the airport and home ...
... fog. A little further east I had dinner of real New England fare at a seafood shack on the beach – fish and chips, clam rolls, clam chowder, and cole slaw. What they called clam rolls I’d be more inclined to call clam puffs or clam fritters, a deep-fried fluffy dough balls with some chopped clams in the batter. It was nothing like a New England lobster roll, which is what I expected it to resemble.
I camped for the night at ...
... going to bike into the ruins with a company called Gravity Peru. I think. I hope. Maybe. See I don't really know because, well, I'm having a hard time communicating with people.
We found Gravity Peru in the Lonely Planet guide to Peru. My mother loves Lonely Planet- she thinks they give great, "off the beaten track" suggestions, which is right up her ally since she went off the rails years ago. So we decided we'd give the Gravity Peru people a call, only to be met with a ...