Days Inn Middletown/New Hampton
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Things weren't working right in my head. I need to be in Marengo on Friday and Schaumburg on Saturday. The miles are not adding up like they did last year. Last year, the sun was up early and down late. I had 18 hour riding days in Canada and Alaska. Now, this late in the year, I really can't be on the road before 0730 and I have to find a cave to …
... Events, Community Free Days for neighboring counties, and an education program that serves area students at all levels. The pieces of art were from minimalist artist from different media. Imagine a huge room only filled with square metal plaques in a perfect horizontal lines, or mirrors in form of circle or square. In another room, drawing on the white wall of various squares filled with fine horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines. Another room had ...
... have driven further up the Chesapeake Peninsula along the hurricane evacuation route, the weather has markedly improved - winds have dropped and clouds lifted.
Tomorrow should be an easier day - hopefully a slow drive through the picturesque lower hills of Vermont. The leaves here are starting to show their first blushes of Autumn colour. A good omen of what is yet to come.
... a key to the defense of the colonies, and West Point had seven forts, other smaller fortifications and two chains across the river to stop British advances. West Point Military Academy is at "world's end" the deepest part of the river at 216 feet. Fortified in 1778, it is the oldest continuously occupied military post in the US and is the oldest service academy. Bear Mountain Suspension Bridge was opened in 1924 and was, for 19 months, ...
... It turned out that rather than beds, hikers just put down their pads and sleeping gear in their fellowship hall, but aside from that, it was quite nice, with a good shower, a full kitchen and an extensive collection of DVDs. It was so nice that I decided to take my first zero since DC there. The forecast of thunderstorms all day the next day might have had something to do with it as well. It was actually sort of a tough decision, as I had been in a "push to ...