Days Inn Middletown/New Hampton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We are headed to Baltimore in a few hours to bring our RV and truck to the dock! Been busy getting camper and truck ready to go...
Phil found a photo of the ship it will be going on. Will try to post that on blog along with more details soon, but it looks like ship will leave Baltimore 11/10 and arrive in Southampton England on the day after Thanksgiving. Getting excited! It's finally getting close!
We received our booking confirmation this weekend for shipping our rig overseas!
We'll deliver our rig to the port in Baltimore this week. It ships out November 10th on the California Highway (pictured below), and arrives in Southampton on the 28th. We'll fly out to meet it some time ...
... honest and say that one of the things that has become more and more evident along this trip is that I have struggled with the idea of trusting the gear enough to climb on and not fear falling. I also have harbored a fear for traversing on rock because I do not like the idea of falling and swinging. And now that we were doing many multi-pitch climbs more frequently, thus placing us higher up in the air, the fear of falling on gear was always present in my mind.
After visiting the FDR Presidential Library and Museum and Springwood, the Roosevelt estate, we drove to Poughkeepsie and started on the Walkway over the Hudson. At first we were just going to try it and then Emma became determined to get to the other side. The late afternoon light made great lighting but I had trouble with over and under-exposures. I kept recalling some sound installation when I ...
... and sinking. I was the closest person that could swim, so I dived off and swam faster than I've ever done before and held the girl up treading water. 10 seconds later the lifeguards arrived with floats and towed her in. Got no recognition at first and heard all the lifeguards saying how they had been so looking forward to rescuing someone etc. on my way back past, I saw the girl with the lifeguards and asked if she was ok. She ...