Scottish Inns Potsdam
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... USA and into Canada. The bridge is very high and long, with concrete supported approaches and a suspended metal section in the middle. The road deck is made of meshed steel (presumably to let the snow fall through) and on the suspended section makes the road noise really loud and produces serious tyre vibration at the 25mph speed limit. Combine this with the wind buffeting and the bridge swaying and it was the most terrifying bridge I have ever been ...
... Ottawa. They were very helpful, we used their hot
tub (after the kids were in bed) and they had a large vege garden
that we were allowed to raid. So generous! hey also had a great park space across the road so we spent part of the afternoon kicking the ball and reading in the fresh air. Can get a little stuffy and cramped in the RV so it was nice to find a free and clean place to rest.
... in speed. We skirted the metropolitan area using the 407 toll road. I had packed Subway sandwiches the night before, so we stopped at one of the picnic areas next to an OnRoute to rest and eat.
We were in Cornwall by early evening at the Comfort Inn. This hotel was in desperate need of an update. In simpler words, it was a dump, in my opinion. The paper was peeling off the walls and there was some mould in the ...
... was in order, along with some more cold ones. Claude knows how to build a fire alright. They have such an excellent area in their backyard. Popped onto the TransCanada Walking Trail so K-OS could have a bathroom break out of his backyard. Back to fire, then some of their family dropped in (I was Claude's girlfriend, after all lol).
Afte the fire another great supper - Great Slave lake trout on the BBQ ...
... on the Great Plains of Montana and the western Dakotas.
Remington was actually originally from Canton, a town near Ogdensburg, and his studio was in New Rochelle in Westchester County. The association of the current museum with Remington is that the house in Ogdensburg was that of a family friend with whom Remington’s widow lived after his death. That’s how another fine collection of Art of the West happens to be in the ...