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... the ankle folks!
Speaking of hiking, Mount Greylock happens to be part of the mighty Appalachian Trail (lets call it AT for short!) As in the AT! At 2,100 miles long running from the State of Georgia all the way through to Maine you could say the 5 1/2 month expedition is one hell of a hike laced with all sorts of nasty surprises along the way...not to mention a few blisters!
... most prominent images you can download a multimedia guide to your smartphone or ipad using using iTunes or Google Play. If you are interested, do this before the exhibition closes on September 13, 2015. The commentary is really good.
A few of our favorite paintings in the exhibit are in the photos below.
As an extra bonus, Whistler’s Mother was on loan from the Musee d’Orsay in ...
After a peaceful few days in Fort Edward we moved on through Lock 6 and Lock 5, and we asked to tie up at Lock 4 where we intended to spend the night. Unfortunately when Marty went to talk to the lockmaster he could not allow us to stay overnight since there were big barges coming through. After a quick lunch we moved through Lock 4 and on to our next planned stop- Mechanicville. The wall has power, water, ...
August 25,2015 Beginning odometer 94,400; temperature 73° and overcast
I did more shopping at the outlets in Kittery, Maine before we headed for the back roads across New Hampshire and Vermont. Our destination for the day was Albany for a visit with our granddaughter. The times that we had taken this route, I had admired ...
... the Green Mountains of Vermont on the 6th....what a beautiful trip this was.
8/6-8/11....Our first stop was Saint Johnsbury, VT where we stayed at the Moose River Campground. The campground caters to adults only and our site was right on the Moose River. While in Saint Johnsbury we visited Dog Mountain which caters to dogs (obviously). They have an art gallery which features the work of Steve Hunneck, a doggie chapel where ...