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... with an officer and answer a few questions. After some deliberation a new visa was granted. The officers were very reasonable and in the end quite helpful. I was definitely not in the greatest shape to respond to the barrage of questions aimed at me so it was lucky I managed to mumble my way through.
It was at this point that time seemed to slow down as the 100 miles or so to the car seemed ...
Drove 534 miles in a tad under 10 hours.
Pretty slim for the highlights reel on a drive this long. We got away around 11 am after enjoying the Cleveland IPA's just a little too much.
Luckily the weather was perfect and the road easy. Once we got out of town our iPhone map advised that had 346 miles on the same road, a record for the trip I believe.
... the first "state park" established in 1892. It has a different feel since over 60%25 of the land is privately owned and a different design of signs which take getting used to by us who are more familiar with National parks and state parks. We don't see much public access to beaches. Mostly resorts and private homes and cabins along the shores of various lakes.
We do stop at the Wild Center near Tupper Lake where we ...
... fall. We saw warning signs for deer, moose and bear! We did not see any though.
Traffic was very light up until this point. However, this changed when we were on I-91. It seemed we caught up with some vacationers. When we got to the MA Turnpike, it really changed and not for the better. We were bumper to bumper, but moving along. When ...
... and get that cookbook. Made my day, or should I say his? Now he will have a chance to taste all the great recipes in the cookbook.
We were so undecided on where to dine for dinner. We were not that hungry, but wanted something. Rich found a place online called Spanked Puppy. It was a pubby type of place so we went. Walked in, checked it out and walked out. It may have been good, ...